Filed Under: “Taxes”

After massive public outcry, IRS ditches plans for facial recognition

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Federal lawmakers joined with advocacy groups that argued requiring biometric information to access records online is a “creepy and disturbing strike” at privacy and security


Sanders calls on Democrats to divide spending bills into components to force GOP accountability

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After failure of massive Build Back Better Act, Vermont senator advocates passing parts of it individually


New bill aims to crack down on corporate behemoths evading taxes

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Measure promoted by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) would set minimum 15 percent tax rate for companies with $1 billion or more in annual revenue


House Republicans try to block new IRS rule designed to track rich tax evaders

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Congressional GOP has reduced IRS funding in bid to protect wealthy from audits


America’s poorest families are finally eligible for child tax credits, but most haven’t gotten the money

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The historic expansion of the child tax credit this year could slash child poverty in half, but only if the poorest families can access it


Other countries make tax filing free, Americans have to pay because of TurboTax

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Intuit, the maker of TurboTax, has spent 20 years making it more expensive to file taxes, while claiming the exact opposite


Congressional Democrats divided over state and local tax deductions

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Progressives oppose removing federal cap on state and local tax deductions, a rare progressive economic policy implemented by Donald Trump


 

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