If you get behind on tax payments, the IRS has many avenues they can take to make sure they receive the taxes they’re owed.
The Virginia congressional delegation called for flexibility in financial aid deadlines due to the removal of an online tool.
European regulators found recently that Apple avoided billions of dollars in taxes by stashing its profits in Ireland, a known tax haven.
Tax Day offers a stark reminder of the difference between those of us who pay all our taxes every year and the big corporations that don’t.
State leaders are urging all eligible Virginia residents to use the IRS and Virginia Free File programs to save money and time during this tax season.
We’ve heard it all before! Most of the presidential candidates promise us “We’re going to reform taxes!” Some flat-tax enthusiasts even promise us “I’m going to get rid of the IRS!”
The Staunton Public Library has provided IRS tax forms through its Tax Forms Outlet Program, and will continue to do so, with fewer tax form offerings.
Surprisingly, Congress’s $680 billion holiday-season tax deal will bring some cheer to working families and not just to big corporations this year.
As I travel across Virginia’s Fifth District, I regularly hear how our nation’s outdated and complicated tax code is making life more difficult for people.
Congress is poised to offer very costly permanent tax giveaways to powerful corporations.
Virginia House Appropriations Committee Chairman S. Chris Jones (R-Suffolk) issued the following statement on Governor McAuliffe’s tax proposal.
When it was first initiated, the Forest Products Tax in Virginia was paid by the lumber mills or other large forest products companies – entities that have a fixed place of business.
Tax Day has come and gone, but the aggravation and frustration of tax season is still fresh in many minds. It’s during this particularly “taxing” time of year that hard working Americans are confronted with piles of forms, confusing instructions, and the prospect of turning more of their hard-earned money over to the government.
On a windy Tuesday evening in early March, the Media Center at Stuarts Draft High School hummed with the conversations between volunteers and clients at Valley VITA’s free tax preparation site.
Today, Congressman Goodlatte (VA-Sixth District) urged eligible Virginia residents to use the IRS and Virginia Free File programs to save money at tax time.
As tax season ramps up, U.S. Sen. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) is asking the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to be more proactive in preventing and addressing cases of identity theft and taxpayer fraud.
U.S. Sens. Mark R. Warner (D-VA) and Tim Kaine (D-VA) today led a bipartisan group of six Senate colleagues in introducing The Startup Act to jumpstart investment and job creation by new businesses.
The General Assembly convened for its annual session on January 14. Although the session scheduled to adjourn at the end of February is termed “the short session,” it will have a full agenda of opportunities and challenges.
Delegate Sam Rasoul (D-Roanoke City) has announced legislation that will protect Virginians from unknowingly donating to organizations posing as charitable groups.
Governor McAuliffe announced today that December revenue collections for Virginia state government posted strong gains.
In a blow to Virginia travel and tourism, Governor Terry McAuliffe’s new budget proposal includes a new travel services tax on consumers who use the services of online travel agencies (OTAs), brick and mortar travel agents, small business tour operators, and other travel intermediaries.
According to a report released by the Department of Health and Human Services this week, 164,884 people in Virginia selected plans through the Health Insurance Marketplace leading up to the December 15 deadline for coverage beginning Jan. 1, 2015.
After an unprecedented 2013 General Assembly Session, when transportation funding in Virginia was reborn after more than two decades, 2014 struggled to compare.