Boehner Vows Another Showdown Over Debt and Taxes
House Speaker John Boehner set the stage on May 15th for another tense, partisan showdown over tax and spending policy later this year, as he vowed to insist on big spending cuts before he'll agree to a new debt ceiling - much like last summer's debt showdown debacle. He also promised a vote before November's elections on whether to prevent Bush-era tax cuts from expiring at year's end, as scheduled.
AICPA Unveils Total Tax Insights Calculator
The AICPA on Tuesday introduced the Total Tax Insights calculator, an online tool designed to give U.S. Taxpayers a clearer, more complete picture of their estimated total federal, state and local tax obligations.
Study Shows Benefits of State Tax Incentives for Film Productions
According to the results of an MPAA-commissioned study that was released by accounting firm Ernst & Young today, state tax incentive programs that encourage film production are beneficial to both state and local economies.
Congressional Democrats say they can prevail in a year-end fiscal showdown with Republicans, so long as President Barack Obama and Democrats hold firm in their insistence on higher taxes for the rich.
Democrats See Leverage as Congress Nears Budget Cliff
Why is the IRS So Slow to Pay Tax Whistleblower Rewards?
Sen. Charles Grassley is blowing the whistle on the federal tax whistleblower office.
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Purpose-Built Incentives: Benefitting Business and Regions
Think Tax-Efficient Investing Matters Now? Just Wait...
Imagine this scenario: the top tax rate on ordinary income, including interest income, rises 25%. The highest marginal rate on long-term capital gains spikes by 60%. The top dividend tax rate nearly triples.