Some people in Westchester County will be working overtime after 2,000 tax bills were lost.
The Internal Revenue Service has delayed payouts to 90 percent of families who have applied for it, and has subjected 70 percent of those families to audits, the advocate claims.
The bill came out of the Senate Judiciary Committee with such momentum that Himes believes it could stand of fair chance of passage in the House.
“There’s still work to be done in the next day or so but we’re going to have a budget,” Malloy told reporters Tuesday.
Mayor-elect Steven Fulop is criticizing the timing of Comey’s departure and the post-election retirement of dozens of officers.
Downloading e-books, music from iTunes, or apps for your phone could become expensive for folks in Connecticut.
The U.S. Senate on Monday passed a bill that could end tax-free shopping on the Internet for many shoppers.
Lower than anticipated revenue is to blame, according to Office of Policy and Management Secretary Benjamin Barnes.
According to the Internal Revenue Service, 50 million Americans wait until April to start their tax-filing process. Bob Meighan, a lead CPA for the American Tax and Financial Center at TurboTax and the VP of consumer advocacy for TurboTax, shared answers to common last-minute filing questions.
The village is hiring outside law firms at $200 per hour to handle the subpoena requests for documents, e-mails, and other potential evidence.
Tax officials said one New York City tax preparer pleaded guilty to filing 100 fraudulent tax returns, many of them with fictitious dependent information.
The best part of paying your taxes is probably getting your refund check.
With gun control reform accomplished, Connecticut state lawmakers now have to figure out how to deal with the over $2 billion deficit in the next two-year budget.
It’s hard to think there’s anything funny about taxes when you’re under a mountain of paperwork, but CBS News contributor and analyst Mellody Hobson has a little comic relief for taxpayers.
Good-government groups slammed the New York State Legislature on Wednesday for what one senator called “vampire voting” — dead-of-night votes to revive taxes that were supposed to die — to build much of the new $135 billion budget.