Intuit Temporarily Halts State E-Filing Amid Fraud Concerns

Intuit Temporarily Halts State E-Filing Amid Fraud Concerns

Taxes

Intuit has temporarily paused the transmission of TurboTax state e-filing after announcing it is working with state agencies to address concerns of fraud related to suspicious filings and attempts at identify theft to file fraudulent state tax returns and claim tax refunds.

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Congressmen Urge Social Security and IRS to Stop EITC Fraud

Congressmen Urge Social Security and IRS to Stop EITC Fraud

Taxes

Three Republican lawmakers are calling on the Social Security Administration to work with the Internal Revenue Service to do more to stop fraudulent claims for the Earned Income Tax Credit, particularly by the self-employed.

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IRS Releases the Dirty Dozen Tax Scams for 2012

IRS Releases the Dirty Dozen Tax Scams for 2012

Taxes

The Internal Revenue Service has issued its annual “Dirty Dozen” tax scams list, reminding taxpayers to use caution during tax season to protect themselves against a wide range of schemes ranging from identity theft to return preparer fraud.

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Wanted Community Volunteers to Provide Free Tax Help

Wanted Community Volunteers to Provide Free Tax Help

Taxes

Want to help people in your community? The IRS is looking for volunteers for programs that provide free tax help to qualified individuals during the tax filing season.

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IRS Offers Tips for Year-End Giving

IRS Offers Tips for Year-End Giving

Taxes

WASHINGTON — Individuals and businesses making contributions to charity should keep in mind some key tax provisions that have taken effect in recent years, especially those affecting donations of clothing and household items and monetary donations.

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Santa in Trouble with the IRS

Santa in Trouble with the IRS

Taxes

Christmas always brings out the satirical bent in a lot of folks, and this holiday season has been no exception, with stories suggesting the beloved Santa Claus is running afoul of the tax authorities.

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Obama Summons Congressional
Leaders to Meet as Fiscal Cliff Nears

Obama Summons Congressional Leaders to Meet as Fiscal Cliff Nears

Taxes

President Barack Obama summoned congressional leaders to a White House meeting three days before a year-end deadline to avoid $600 billion in spending cuts and tax increases as lawmakers gave little sign they intend to act together on a budget plan.

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IRS Warns Congress Tax Season Might
Be Delayed until March or Later without
AMT Patch

IRS Warns Congress Tax Season Might Be Delayed until March or Later without AMT Patch

Taxes

IRS Acting Commissioner Steven T. Miller warned Congress on Wednesday that if lawmakers fail to extend the traditional alternative minimum tax patch, up to 100 million American taxpayers could be affected...

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Obama Signs Fiscal Cliff Bill into Law to Avert Most Tax Hikes

Obama Signs Fiscal Cliff Bill into Law to Avert Most Tax Hikes

Taxes

President Barack Obama signed the legislation that enacts a last-minute budget deal and averts income tax increases for most U.S. workers, marking an end to a yearlong impasse.

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Fiscal Cliff Deal Will Have Far-reaching Tax Implications

Fiscal Cliff Deal Will Have Far-reaching Tax Implications

Taxes

Even though President Obama indicated only last Friday that the fiscal cliff deal likely to be produced by the January 1 deadline would be a basic package, lawmakers managed to come out with a surprisingly comprehensive set of tax provisions, some with long-lasting effects.

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