PHOENIX — Q: What should I do to make sure my computer is safe to do my taxes online? A: The security industry often refers to tax season as ‘Christmas for Hackers,’ because they know…
There’s still time to reduce your 2014 tax bill by hundreds or perhaps more than a thousand dollars, if you’re willing to tuck some cash away in an individual retirement account. Here’s how you can…
The IRS has issued a consumer alert after more than 1,000 victims have lost up to $5 million to a phone scam.
Some IRS employees say their offices are making them sick.
Budget cuts and new responsibilities are straining the Internal Revenue Service\’s ability to police tax returns.
An Ashburn CEO was charged Tuesday with murdering his wife. The charges come less than a year after he faced fraud allegations related to federal contracts his IT firm was awarded.
WASHINGTON – Taxpayers who’d prefer fatter paychecks to a fat tax refund can make changes fairly easily. “You might want to talk to your Human Resources or payroll people,” says Barry Glassman, president of Glassman…
The government shutdown could hit every working American right in the wallet.
A woman who ran a Fairfax tax preparation business faces charges that she falsified tax returns and kept her client\’s refunds.
An NFL player being audited by the Internal Revenue Service is relieving himself of his feelings about the agency.
Some consider the presidency of Richard Nixon to be a time plagued with intense corruption and discriminatory investigations.
A senator from Virginia says people who work at the Internal Revenue Service need to be fired for targeting conservative political groups.
Monday is Tax Day and maybe you are not ready to file your federal return so you need an extension. But the move will not delay having to pay the Internal Revenue Service.
April 15, or Tax Day, is only days away and if you haven\’t filed your federal return yet, you might be eligible to use a free online service.
From military personnel to postal workers,
federal employees are on the hook for $3.5
billion in unpaid taxes for 2011.