Taxes

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act hasn’t done much cutting, according to a new survey. One week from Tax Day, and a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll finds that only 17 percent of respondents believe their taxes will go down as a result of the 2017 GOP tax law. Of those surveyed 28 percent
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Bronze statue of Albert Gallatin (1761-1849), the longest serving US Secretary of Treasury, stands before the Treasury Department in Washington, DC. Getty Last Thursday the Real Property, Trust & Estate Law Section of the American Bar Association sponsored a webinar that Treasury lawyers Audrey Ellis and Wendy Kribell participated in. Steve Gorin, J.D., and Robert
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See you in court? President Trump has asked Attorney General William Barr to review House Ways & Means Chairman Richard Neal’s request for six years of the president’s tax returns. White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told Fox News yesterday that Neal will “never” see the returns and Trump’s attorney  William Consovoy called Neal’s
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Getty It’s not just the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issuing warnings about phone impersonation and related scams: the U.S. Tax Court has also issued a warning on its website in an effort to educate taxpayers so that they don’t become victims (downloads as a PDF).  Like the IRS,
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Road signs showing directions around central London and warnings about entering the Congestion Zone for which private motorists must pay a fee, near Marble Arch in London, Friday Sept 30, 2005. London’s Mayor Ken Livingstone on Friday confirmed that the city is expanding its congestion-charging zone for vehicles. Vehicles are charged 8 pounds (euro11.70 US$14.10)
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Last week, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy signed legislation creating a state-run “Secure Choice” retirement plan for an estimated 1.7 million private sector workers who lack a 401(k) at work. New Jersey is likely to be disappointed at the response to its new “auto-IRA,” but for a good reason: the true “retirement coverage gap” is
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