by | Dec 11, 2019

Many argue over the existence of a “deep state” composed of appointed and career federal employees who violate their oaths of office and skirt the law in order to achieve certain outcomes. No matter what they are called, there are…

by | Aug 8, 2019

What do the French digital services tax, the employers’ share of payroll taxes, and the corporate income tax all have in common? They are rarely shouldered by those entities and individuals targeted by legislators. In fact, one of the most…

by | Jul 23, 2019

Seattle, we have a problem. Amazon generated almost $12 billion in income domestically last year. But the company paid no corporate income tax. Instead, the federal government paid the company $129 million in tax rebates. Amazon, like so many other…

by | Apr 11, 2019

Bernie Sanders has agreed to release his recent tax returns and, while he was at it, confessed to being a “millionaire.” He got that way, he explained, by writing a best-selling book. You, too, could be a millionaire, he said,…

by | Jan 9, 2019

Customers of Obamacare received nearly $4 billion in unwarranted subsidies in 2018, and the IRS can’t even recoup some of that due to the manner in which the law is written. The inspector general for the Treasury Department said that…

by | Apr 16, 2018

The deadline for filing your federal tax return and paying your taxes has arrived. According to the Tax Foundation, as of 2014, the Internal Revenue Code and Regulations exceeded 9,000 pages at an average of 450 words per page. A…

by | May 15, 2017

For years, Lois Lerner used the IRS as the Democrats personal cudgel against Tea Party groups. Honest citizens were harassed, bullied, audited, denied approval for tax-exempt organizations, and generally tormented. So, Lois Lerner wants to keep her testimony and the…

by | Mar 9, 2017

Four years after the IRS first admitted to targeting conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status, the Agency still has not come entirely clean, according to a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit from Judicial Watch. On February 14, the IRS admitted to…

by | Feb 16, 2017

The end of January was the beginning of tax season in America. After employers mailed out W-2s, workers started the long trudge towards April 18th. The Internal Revenue Service is notorious for its abysmal service. In 2015, the agency reported that criminals…

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