The IRS is giving taxpayers and tax preparers hit by Hurricane Sandy an extra week to file returns and make payments.
If the GOP wants a candidate to “man up”, they should tell Mitt Romney to grow up and stop hiding his returns and stop disparaging working Americans for meeting their tax obligations while he dodges his.
Mitt Romney pays a SHOCKINGLY low percentage of his income on taxes. For a man of his means seeking public office it is a SHAMEFUL number. But Romney is a man without shame.
Mitt Romney is the person who needs to put up or shut up in his dispute with Harry Reid. There is no reason to believe a word he is saying about his taxes.
An investor in Bain told Senator Reid that Mitt Romney had not paid any taxes over a ten year period, but maybe the more intriguing story is who else he hasn’t been sending money to in years past.
“[Romney] has pushed the envelope all the way to the edge, to his benefit, and I think that Americans would find that pretty distasteful. I think it’s going to make Americans recoil, and that’s why I think he’s not releasing those returns,” said Former Auto Czar Steve Rattner.
It turns out Romney either lied to the American public or filed an incomplete and incompetent IRS return in 2010. W. Mitt Romney is hiding the document that reveals more information about the money he is hiding in financial institutions favored by despots, terrorists, drug dealers, money launderers and tax cheats.
Federal prosecutors say a Lusby man has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison for embezzling more than $600,000 from the U.S. Navy.
Caesars Entertainment, the company that is hoping to win a state license to operate a casino in Baltimore, has contributed $100,000 to a Democratic group led by Maryland Gov. Martin O’ Malley, a published report says.
Tax day is fast approaching. Review some of the more common tax scams, so that you can avoid them.
The congressional campaign of Montgomery County businessman John Delaney says an Internal Revenue Service audit of his company is “fairly standard.”
The Internal Revenue Service is extending tax payment deadlines for some individuals and businesses affected by Hurricane Irene.