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.
The rainy steps of the capitol were the backdrop for the annual Tax Cut Rally.
Money and class are a huge part of the national discourse right now. Who is the 20 percent, the 10 percent, the top 1 percent? Where does your family compare to the rest of taxpayers in the United States?
Tax day is days away. Tuesday, April 17th is the filing deadline this year. If you haven’t sent in your return yet, one Minnesota man warns that you could be hit with quite the surprise – someone else may file before you do.
With one week to go until the deadline to file 2011 income tax returns, none of us wants to hear from the Internal Revenue Service with the dreaded message: “You’re being audited.”
Tax day is fast approaching. Review some of the more common tax scams, so that you can avoid them.
Jill Schlesinger shares this report on preparing your income tax this week.
A Minnesota evangelical preacher once criticized for endorsing Michele Bachmann’s congressional campaign from his church pulpit is now openly backing her presidential bid.
The Labor Department is signing agreements to share information with nine states and the Internal Revenue Service as it gets more aggressive in its program to crack down on businesses that cheat workers out of their hard-earned wages.
Minnesota and IRS officials are schooling those who handle the cash on how to avoid money laundering.
There’s a new scam in town and the crooks aren’t using the Internet to get to their victims.