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How do organizations get tax-exempt status?
And how, or why, might that status be revoked?
Tax the rich! OK … but how?
Lawmakers have a lot of ideas … can they make any of them a reality?
There's no such thing as a free snack
You can make a meal out of free snacks at work, just don't tell the IRS.
Everyone gets another day to file their taxes after IRS site outage
The e-filing site was down much of the day Tuesday.
Cardi B teaches us how she makes money move
Already a hit on the charts, the rapper finally releases her debut album, “Invasion of Privacy."
How to lower your income tax bill
For those who donate to charity, Washington Post columnist Allan Sloan has some advice for you.
Could tax reform lead to millionaire tax flight?
Local politicians worry that eliminating state and local tax deductions could send the rich packing.
Expat tax burden could shift
Americans overseas pay income taxes both in the U.S. and in the countries where they work. Now lawmakers could lighten the burden for individuals. As the tax overhaul is drafted in Washington, a range of complaints about expat taxes will be considered. Click the audio player above to hear the full story.
The powerful interests fighting tax simplification
The White House says a revamp will boost revenues. Democrats want an easier system, too. So why hasn't it happened?
The IRS doesn’t care if you have political reasons for not paying your taxes
Not paying could result in penalties and felony charges.