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  • Middle-class tax breaks are hard to find

    Middle-class tax breaks are hard to find
    As tax-time comes around again, many people are left wondering: Where are all the middle-class tax breaks? When it comes to taxation of wages -- ordinary income -- there are few places to hide. And that's painfully apparent this time of year, when...
  • Ask Kim: Knowing the details about taxes and college tuition

    Q: Can I cash out savings bonds tax-free for my son's college costs? A: If you redeem I bonds and EE bonds issued after 1989 to pay college tuition, you may not have to pay taxes on the interest you earned. To qualify for the tax break, the bond owner...
  • TAX REFORM AT LONG LAST: Comprehensive overhaul of federal code promises to effect massive changes across nation

    TAX REFORM AT LONG LAST: Comprehensive overhaul of federal code promises to effect massive changes across nation
    Stunning news emerged from Washington overnight as the Republican Congress and Democratic President Barack Obama agreed to comprehensively reform the nation's antiquated method of revenue collection. Needless to say, the development marks a sea change...
  • Republicans keep hating on the IRS even though it's a model of efficiency

    Republicans keep hating on the IRS even though it's a model of efficiency
    As you labor over your tax returns this month, spare a moment of sympathy for the least-loved agency in the federal government: the Internal Revenue Service. Believe it or not, the IRS is becoming something of a model of efficiency among Washington's...
  • Guest Column: Crystal Spring: Unanswered questions remain

    Guest Column: Crystal Spring: Unanswered questions remain
    Recent reporting of citizen opinion regarding the development of Crystal Spring has tended to be one-sided, representing Annapolitans as primarily pro-development. Such reporting does not encourage the healthy dialogue required to keep our community...
  • Live in a Porsche? Designer labels draw Miami home buyers

    The wow factor for Miami's skyscraper condos no longer comes from a dazzling Atlantic Ocean view. It takes something more audacious to sell beachfront property these days to the global ultra-wealthy who arrive in Miami with millions to spend on second or...
  • Justice Dept.: No contempt charges for former IRS official

    The Justice Department won't seek criminal contempt charges against Lois Lerner, the former IRS official at the center of a controversy over how the agency treated conservative political groups. Ronald Machen, the outgoing U.S. Attorney for the...
  • Community news for Windsor Locks edition

    Volunteer Income Tax Program WINDSOR LOCKS - Volunteer Income Tax Program (VITA) will prepare Windsor Locks resident's taxes if income is under $52,000 on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, from 6-9 p.m., through April 15, at Town Hall, 50 Church St,...
  • You might get a tax break for going gluten-free

    If you're among the one in three Americans making a lifestyle choice to avoid gluten -- a protein found in wheat, rye and barley -- or the one in 100 Americans diagnosed with celiac disease, which prohibits gluten intake, you've likely seen your food...
  • US won't charge former IRS official with contempt

    WASHINGTON Lois Lerner, the former IRS official whose office gave improper scrutiny to tea party groups seeking tax-exempt status, won't be charged with contempt of Congress. Outgoing U.S. Attorney Ron Machen disclosed the Justice Department's decision...
  • Tax returns and Obamacare: a perfect storm?

    Tax returns and Obamacare: a perfect storm?
    In my Wednesday column, I wrote that Congress keeps asking the Internal Revenue Service to do more work even as Congress cuts the IRS budget. One consequence of that budget squeeze is a precipitous decline in service the IRS gives taxpayers. The...