Who Complains Most About Taxes? New York? New Jersey?

Who Complains Most About Taxes? New York? New Jersey?

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The New York tri-state area has a lot of complainers—when it comes to taxes, that is. In New York and New Jersey and Connecticut, more than three-quarters of state residents say that their state tax bite is too high, according to a recent Gallup poll. That compares to only a fifth of Wyoming and Alaska residents who feel the same way.

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IRS Opens Tax Forum Registration with Discounts

IRS Opens Tax Forum Registration with Discounts

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The IRS has begun accepting registrations for its 2014 Nationwide Tax Forums, and is offering discounted registrations to those who sign up early.

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IRS Announces 2014 Tax Brackets, Standard Deduction Amounts And More

IRS Announces 2014 Tax Brackets, Standard Deduction Amounts And More

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The Internal Revenue Service has announced the annual inflation adjustments for a number of provisions for the year 2014, including tax rate schedules, tax tables and cost-of-living adjustments for certain tax items.

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IRS Reports Tax Filing Numbers As Expected, Issues Statement On Refund Delays

IRS Reports Tax Filing Numbers As Expected, Issues Statement On Refund Delays

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This time last week, individual taxpayers were rushing to file their last minute tax returns. As of April 11, 2014, the IRS reported receipt of almost 113 million tax returns, upwards of 80% of what is expected for the tax year. That’s on par from the same time period last year.

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What Americas 15 Most Profitable Companies Pay In Taxes

What Americas 15 Most Profitable Companies Pay In Taxes

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Earlier this month, executives of Caterpillar CAT +1.84% got bulldozed by Sen. Carl Levin at a Senate hearing. An investigation commissioned by Levin detailed how Caterpillar had ingeniously avoided paying $2.4 billion in taxes since 1999 by negotiating with Switzerland to create a tax shelter for its international parts business.

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Tax Preparer Gets 102 Months in Prison for ID Theft and Tax Fraud

Tax Preparer Gets 102 Months in Prison for ID Theft and Tax Fraud

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A tax preparer in Queens, N.Y., has been sentenced to eight and a half years in prison for stealing children’s identities and claiming them as dependents on nearly 1,000 false tax returns.

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IRS Expects Millions of Amended Tax Returns

IRS Expects Millions of Amended Tax Returns

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The Internal Revenue Service anticipates that nearly 5 million taxpayers will amend their returns by filing Form 1040X this year.

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The Heartbleed Hit List - The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now

The Heartbleed Hit List - The Passwords You Need to Change Right Now

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The Heartbleed Bug is a serious vulnerability in the popular OpenSSL cryptographic software library. This weakness allows stealing the information protected, under normal conditions, by the SSL/TLS encryption used to secure the Internet.

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Seminario Choferes de Taxis

Seminario Choferes de Taxis

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La Organización de Oficiales Dominicanos de New York (NYDO) y la Logia Fraternal Policiaca (FOP) realizaron el seminario “Seguridad para Choferes de Taxis, Planificación Financiera y de Retiro, actividad que tuvo lugar en la escuela Gregorio Luperón de esta ciudad.

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Many Tax-Exempt Organizations Must File with IRS by May 15 to Preserve Tax-Exempt Status

Many Tax-Exempt Organizations Must File with IRS by May 15 to Preserve Tax-Exempt Status

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With a key May 15 filing deadline facing many tax-exempt organizations, the Internal Revenue Service cautions these groups not to include Social Security Numbers (SSNs) or other unneeded personal information on their Forms 990, and consider taking advantage of the speed and convenience of electronic filing.

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