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  • It's April 15 and you know what that means: Income tax returns are due

    It's April 15 and you know what that means: Income tax returns are due
    The race to file your federal income taxes is now entering the home stretch. Residents and businesses have until midnight to file their income taxes online or have them postmarked by the U.S. Postal Service to meet the Internal Revenue Service's Tuesday...
  • Owners of famed Manco & Manco pizzeria plead not guilty to tax evasion

    Owners of famed Manco & Manco pizzeria plead not guilty to tax evasion
    The husband-and-wife owners of Ocean City's popular Manco & Manco pizzerias pleaded not guilty in a tax evasion case Monday. Charles Bangle, 54, and his wife, Mary, 53, are accused of concealing $981,000 in income from the IRS and using the proceeds for...
  • On Tax Day, Rigell calls for tax reform

    Tax Day! And Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Virginia Beach, is taking a moment for irony. As in the Internal Revenue Service’s statement that: “We try to create forms and instructions that can be easily understood.” Right. Rigell notes...
  • Last-minute tips for income tax procrastinators

    Last-minute tips for income tax procrastinators
    As Tuesday's income-tax deadline looms, experts have a word of caution for procrastinators: Filing your return at the last minute can be hazardous to your financial health. Rushing to file leaves taxpayers especially vulnerable to making math errors,...
  • Cummings and the tea party [Letter]

    Cummings and the tea party [Letter]
    It's interesting that Rep. Elijah Cummings has been doing everything in his power to block the investigation into IRS abuses regarding the tea party even as evidence surfaced indicating his staff made inquiries into one such organization ("House panel...
  • Tax day deadline: Who gets penalized and how to get an extension

    Tax day deadline: Who gets penalized and how to get an extension
    April 15 is tax day, which brings with it the annual scramble to file returns in time. But unless you owe money to Uncle Sam, procrastinators can breathe a sigh of relief. Only those who are due to pay the Internal Revenue Service are penalized for...
  • New Britain Community Turns To Students For Tax Help

    New Britain Community Turns To Students For Tax Help
    When Josh Rivera, 17, walks the halls of New Britain high school with his football teammates, they aren't just talking about practice. This season, they're talking tax returns. "I have a lot of my teammates come up and ask if their older brothers can...
  • State expects heavy traffic on tax website as deadline looms

    State expects heavy traffic on tax website as deadline looms
    Still haven't filed your taxes? That makes you one of 50,000 people the Illinois Department of Revenue expects to visit its website today to complete a return before the looming April 15 deadline. Many more last-minute filers are expected to send in...
  • For some, Tax Day an occasion for celebration

    Liz Bradbury was getting strange looks at her accountant's office from people wondering why she was so enthusiastically signing her 2013 federal tax return. Bradbury was "euphoric," she later said, as she checked the box for "married filing jointly"...
  • Robert Rizzo gets 33-month prison term for tax fraud

    Robert Rizzo gets 33-month prison term for tax fraud
    The city administrator who ruled the city of Bell during an era of widespread corruption was sentenced Monday to 33 months behind bars for tax fraud, the first of two prison terms he is expected to be handed this week. On Wednesday, a Los Angeles County...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Rep. Brandon Mcgee Urges Constituents To Use IRS Free File For Online Tax Assistance

    Taxpayers Making $58,000 or Less Can Visit http://www.IRS.gov/freefile to Prepare and E-File Federal Tax Returns with Free Software & Step-by-Step Help. Hartford State Rep. Brandon McGee (D-5th) is encouraging constituents to take advantage of free tax...