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Tax Day looms in face of possible government shutdown

Apr 6, 2011
In a shutdown, people filing paper tax returns may be out of luck when it comes to a quick refund. People who e-file may have a different experience.
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Lower gas taxes lure drivers to Mo.

Mar 28, 2011
With lower state taxes on gasoline, among others, Mo. is easily undercutting its border mate, Ill., when it comes to the price to fill up.
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The U.S. tax system, according to GE

Mar 25, 2011
General Electric paid no taxes in 2010, but claimed a tax benefit of $3.2 billion, according to a report from the New York Times.
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GE scores big profits, but a small U.S. tax bill

Mar 25, 2011
From light bulbs to jet engines, General Electric is a symbol of a profitable American business. Why then doesn't it pay corporate tax?
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Companies press to repatriate overseas profits

Mar 24, 2011
Big U.S. companies launched a website promoting a tax holiday on foreign profits. But past experience shows that doesn't necessarily lead to expansion here or to new jobs.
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What if you can't pay the tax bill?

Mar 23, 2011
Money is tight. Pretty soon some people will face one more bill they can't pay: Taxes. What do you do if you can't write the check?...
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Cities take aim at couch surfers

Mar 18, 2011
Short-term housing rentals are the latest cottage industry coming on to tax collectors' radar screens.
Posted In: Housing, Taxes
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NH opposes trend, considers cigarette tax cut

Mar 18, 2011
As many states face dwindling revenue, New Hampshire is the latest to lure out-of-state smokers with lower cigarette taxes -- a move that could fill budget holes.
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Illinois expands sales tax for online purchases

Mar 11, 2011
New laws seeks to raise revenue from e-commerce by requiring Illinois-based affiliates of online retailers like Amazon.com to collect sales tax.
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Amazon affiliate program ends in Illinois

Mar 11, 2011
The mega retailer is closing down its affiliate program in the state of Illinois after Governor Pat Quinn signed into law a bill that would require...
Posted In: Amazon, business, government, Law, Taxes, Web Culture

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