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Internal Revenue Service (IRS)
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A review of tax returns and filings reveals Clinton family charities are in clear violation of New York law governing contributions by foreign governments.
Using the agencies of government to oppress opposing views and election corruption used to be something only seen in Russia and other totalitarian systems.
IRS Commissioner John Koskinen has reached a deal with Republicans in the House of Representatives to avoid impeachment for obstructing an investigation.
Based on the title of this column, you may think I’m going to write about oppressive IRS behavior or punitive tax policy. Those are good guesses, but no.
David, meet Goliath. A small-town Maryland dairy farmer just won their civil asset forfeiture claim against the IRS and the Department of Justice (DOJ).
We now have new evidence in favor of the Laffer Curve, thanks to Illinois politicians levying a tax on strip clubs.
Being that it is tax day in America, CATO economist Dan Mitchell argues that it is an appropriate day to debate a better way to reform the corrupt tax code.
The Internal Revenue service (IRS) confirmed Friday that their website and systems, including Where’s My Refund?, are back online and processing is on time.
Congress was on track to reduce the bloated tax-collecting agency, but in capitulating on spending Republicans have rewarded the IRS with a bigger budget.