The IRS has given pass-through businesses and their accountants the long-anticipated final word on how they can claim one of the biggest perks in the 2017 Republican tax overhaul.
The island’s plan to slash its sales-tax-backed debt relies on a tax-free exchange of old bonds for new ones. But the partial U.S. government shutdown has thrown a wrinkle in the proceedings: the IRS hasn’t been able to vet it in advance because of the…
Thousands of Internal Revenue Service employees are being ordered back to work, without pay, only so President Trump can avoid the political embarrassment of delayed tax refunds, a federal workers’ union claimed.
Rep. Richard Neal, D-Mass., is planning to hold a hearing next Thursday about what the government standoff means for U.S. taxpayers.
Taxpayers who miscalculated how much they’ll owe the Internal Revenue Service this year won’t get hit with penalties — up to a certain point.
Americans may get their refunds during the shutdown, but the upcoming filing season is likely to be one of the rockiest in decades.
Most taxpayers who didn’t properly adjust their withholding after the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act won’t face penalties.
The IVES program employed by mortgage lenders is back up and running, with user fees helping pay the salaries of IRS employees working in the unit.
The free tax-filing system is now in its 17th year.
Obamacare coverage could fall prey to the shutdown, lawmakers caution.