2018 Minnesota Tax Returns Will Be A Bigger Pain Than UsualFiling Minnesota state income tax returns for 2018 is going to be more of a pain than usual.
Trump Jr. Says WikiLeaks Asked For Tax ReturnsDonald Trump Jr. says he received direct messages via Twitter from WikiLeaks asking if he would leak his father's tax return.
Survey: Nearly A Third Of Americans To Use Tax Return To Pay Off DebtA new survey by the website, Affirm, shows that 26 percent of Americans plan to use their tax return to pay off debt -- and that includes debt racked up by overspending on the holidays.
Nearly $16M Unclaimed In Minnesota Tax RefundsBy law, the unclaimed funds become property of the U.S. Treasury after three years if a return is not filed to claim the refund.
5 Things To Know About The Minnesota Tax Bill Before Filing Your ReturnsBefore jumping into your 2017 tax returns, you should know about a bill Minnesota lawmakers passed last year that affects your state income taxes.
7 Unusual Tax Deductions You May Qualify ForThese seven strange and arcade deductions might help you lower your tax burden this year.
Trump Lashes Out Over 2005 Tax Return Story, Blasts ReporterThe journalist who received a copy of a portion of President Donald Trump's 2005 tax returns says Trump doesn't want the American people to know who "he's beholden to."
Good Questions: Tax Returns, Unsold Girl Scout Cookies, Folding Hands For PrayerEvery Friday, we tackle a bunch of viewers’ burning questions. This week, Heather Brown explores tax returns, unsold Girl Scout Cookies and folding hands for prayer.
Turbo Tax Resumes State E-Filing; Still Closed In Minn.The company had temporarily suspended e-filing in all states over concerns of fraud. The scare prompted the Minnesota Department of Revenue to block Turbo Tax filings, which remains closed pending further investigation.
Minn. Stops Accepting TurboTax Returns Due To Potential FraudThe Minnesota Department of Revenue has stopped accepting tax returns filed using Intuit’s TurboTax individual software because of potential fraud.
Owner Of Shuttered Mpls. Restaurant Charged With Tax FraudThe owner of a former Minneapolis restaurant was charged Wednesday with 68 counts of failing to pay sales tax and filing fraudulent and false tax returns. According to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office, 46-year-old Michael Ralph Whitelaw underreported sales by more than $1 million, and he underpaid tax by $100,000.