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Few things get me as angry as seeing people oppose a reform because of unrealistic concerns about imaginary unforeseen consequences. Pick a problem and propose some way to make it better, and some concern troll will immediately pop out from behind a...

I used to think that Republicans believed deficits result from too much spending. The post GOP Controlled Legislature in Kansas Really Wants to Raise Taxes, Overrides Brownback’s Veto appeared first on RedState.

If a strategy used by a national chain retailer works in one city or state, they’re certain to try it on others. The dark store strategy that has helped retailers in some areas slash their property tax bills by sort-of-but-not-really threatening to...

You may remember the story of the Massachusetts woman who thought she was just talking to an Internal Revenue Service agent on the phone, when really, their private call — including her personal information — was being broadcast to listeners of H...

I think Trump and his aides thought the tax return issue would go away once he became president. It hasn't. In fact, it has not diminished at all. A very significant portion of the American population (57%) still wants Trump to release his tax return...

The first year I started paying back my student loan, I had no idea the interest was deductible. I missed out and kicked myself for it years later. Don’t make the same mistake.Read more...

Maybe you’re curious about your taxes but you’re not ready to dig into them completely. To give you an idea of how much you’ll owe or how big your refund will be, plug your info into NerdWallet’s Federal Tax Calculator.Read more...