As thoughts turn to scary costumes and ghosts this Halloween, don’t get surprised by some of the changes lurking in the new tax code. Remember, there are still a few things you can do to lessen your burden when it’s time to file in April.
If you took advantage of an extension to file your Virginia income tax return, your time is almost up.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced Friday that the District will no longer charge sales tax on feminine hygiene products effective as of Monday, Oct. 1.
Experts say President Donald Trump could be on the hook for tens of millions of dollars in civil fines if state and federal authorities substantiate a New York Times report that found he and his family cheated the IRS for decades.
Several D.C. tax rates change effective Oct. 1, coinciding with the start of the District’s 2019 fiscal year. WTOP has a list of the D.C. taxes going up.
There is a disconnect between how financially savvy small business owners think they are and how they feel about their grasp on taxes.
Congressional auditors say about 30 million people — 21 percent of U.S. taxpayers — will have to come up with more money to pay their 2018 taxes next year because their employers withheld too little from their paychecks under government tables keyed to the new tax law.
The $1.5-trillion tax overhaul includes the end of a 75-year-old deduction on alimony payments, to kick in at the close of this year. Recipients will also no longer have to claim such payments as income.
Find out which business has the top tax bill in the nation. It might surprise you.
Mayor Catherine Pugh told reporters Wednesday that she “absolutely owns” the decision to appoint Darryl De Sousa as police commissioner earlier this year.
The D.C. Council approved a $14.4 billion 2019 budget, which has built-in tax increases to cover the District’s $178.5 million annual commitment to fund Metro.
Baltimore’s police commissioner has been charged with three misdemeanor counts of failure to file taxes.
The additional tax would raise the price of a $20 meal in Alexandria by 20 cents. A city councilman says it’s not a big deal, but restaurant owners are upset.
When it’s adopted May 1, the county’s real estate tax rate will rise and the average homeowner can plan on paying hundreds of dollars more.
As in past years, businesses are offering freebies and deals before, during and after tax day, which falls on Tuesday, April 17 this year.
The three-part series "The making of Marion Barry" looks at how the future mayor got his start in the civil rights movement, how he became a power player in the city and his enduring legacy.