The IRS acknowledged that the number of audits of individuals dropped last year,
but examinations of taxpayers with incomes over $200,000 and over $1 million
U.S. taxpayers were slightly less likely to face an IRS audit last year, an analysis issued Tuesday says.
Property taxes -- not income taxes -- are due today throughout California, and tax
collectors are warning people to not mistake the deadlines.
The video was produced for high school students studying economics,
business and social studies, but has
appeal for consumers and businesses that
want to understand how the Federal Reserve system works.
Unfortunately, job creation figures for March did not support the optimistic projection that unemployment would drop under 6 percent.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Florida Gov. Rick Scott
brought their tax-cutting, job-creating bromance to the stage of an
international business gathering in Palm Beach, Fla., mixing gubernatorial trash talk
with professions of mutual admiration.
Some 24,000 Coloradans will be sharing $400,000 in refunds from EZMoney Payday Loans because the company failed to refund interest money when customers paid off loans early, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers announced.
Job growth, low interest rates and a drop in consumer credit debt are
helping to reduce bankruptcies in Georgia.
Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the 60 percent hit that big Russian
investors suffered on bank deposits in Cyprus under a bailout last week.
An ongoing project from the Hispanic Access Foundation seeks to educate Hispanics about the U.S. tax system and prepare them for upcoming changes.
The Federal Reserve approved a rule setting requirements for
determining whether a non-bank company should have Fed oversight.
An internal review into the way Barclays does business has found a culture of
greed that values short-term gains over the interests of customers and a board
lacking in sufficient banking knowledge to control its top traders and
Stocks have attained record highs during this year's first quarter, but commodities have moved into negative territory.
The stock market hit high after record high in the first quarter. But what happens in April is tough to predict, despite the market's mojo.
According to the latest BMO Small Business Confidence Report released today, Canadian businesses remain confident in their business prospects and the state of the economy for 2013, with British Columbia and Atlantic Canada leading the way.