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  • Higher 2013 U.S. taxes surprise some investors, tax preparers say

    Higher 2013 U.S. taxes surprise some investors, tax preparers say
    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - For wealthy U.S. investors who have not been paying attention, their 2013 tax returns, which must be filed by Tuesday, may contain a rude surprise: higher taxes. With the deadline for filing hours away, tax professionals across the...
  • Relief for taxpayers now includes Daytona Speedway

    Relief for taxpayers now includes Daytona Speedway
    TALLAHASSEE – In the quest to provide “broad tax relief” to Floridians, one particular taxpayer has cut to the head of the line: the birthplace of NASCAR. A Senate plan to help Gov. Rick Scott to his election-year goal of $500...
  • Son of former Dolton mayor charged with not filing federal tax returns

    Son of former Dolton mayor charged with not filing federal tax returns
    The son of former Dolton mayor William Shaw faces federal charges for allegedly not filing federal tax returns for six years, court records show. Victor Shaw of Dolton faces six misdemeanor counts for failure to file tax forms for each year from 2007 to...
  • Benefit Restoration Gets Complicated

    WASHINGTON —- Renewal of important expired federal tax benefits for homeowners took a major step forward last week, but the route to final congressional approval is beginning to look longer —- and potentially bumpier —- than previously...
  • All schools should have good teachers

     All schools should have good teachers
    It's nice to know that tens of millions of extra dollars will go to 37 low-income schools after the Los Angeles Unified School District settled a class-action suit on behalf of students. But the lawsuit, undertaken by the American Civil Liberties Union...
  • Making a financial stretch is key to saving for college

    LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Parents who aren't saving for college could learn a lesson or two from low-income parents who do. A Sallie Mae study released last week found that half of parents with children under 18 haven't saved for college. The top reasons...
  • Virginia same-sex couples navigate legal issues in a state that doesn't recognize them

    Virginia same-sex couples navigate legal issues in a state that doesn't recognize them
    Virginia's constitutional ban on same-sex marriage soon gets another airing in federal court, with the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals hearing oral arguments on the matter in early May. Federal courts in other states are tackling the issue as well....
  • For the working poor, new health premiums can be a burden

    For the working poor, new health premiums can be a burden
    For nearly two decades, Barbara Garnaus maintained a modest, delicate life balance: keeping her part-time Orange County school district job and juggling her bills and credit card debt. Now 63, living alone, she counts every dollar, has no cellphone...
  • It's a buyer's market for Midwest vacation homes

    Lake house by lake house and weekend retreat by weekend retreat, the second-home market is gradually recovering, providing opportunities for sellers who want to shed their homes and for buyers looking for good deals. Sales of new and existing vacation...
  • Bus riders' high hopes turn to horror

    Bus riders' high hopes turn to horror
    ORLAND, Calif. — When they climbed on board the bus, most were strangers. Not friends, nor classmates. They were called together by aspiration: They were headed to Humboldt State University through a program designed for underprivileged students....
  • A legislative governor [Editorial]

    A legislative governor [Editorial]
    If voters remember anything from Martin O'Malley's first run for governor eight years ago, it's probably two big promises: to roll back a big increase in BGE rates and to end the culture of divisiveness in Annapolis to bring lawmakers together to get...