A new study by the Brookings Institution found racial disparities in whose checks were delayed.
It's clear the loans went to some enterprises that are once again prompting questions about who really needed the government aid.
About 20 million Americans are still waiting.
If you got a tax refund or paid the IRS by paper check last year, you'll need to get your bank details in to the agency.
Investors would sign up to loan the U.S. government money for 50 or even 100 years.
This is despite a revenue boost from President Trump’s tariffs on imports.
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New polling shows that public sentiment is growing more favorable toward the recent tax law. Maybe chalk that up to the little extra money many people are seeing in their paychecks as a result of new tax brackets. But in Washington, D.C., there’s still a fight going on about the new tax code — specifically, […]
Is empirical analysis dead? We ask Politico's Ben White.