“Obstructing the IRS from ascertaining the correct amount of tax…could be viewed as a criminal conspiracy.”
“I don’t want to make a comment because I don’t understand this stuff,” Richard Spencer said when his National Policy Institute lost its non-profit status.
An appeals court upheld a lower court’s ruling that a lawsuit challenging the Internal Revenue Service’s scrutiny of Israel-related groups may proceed.
A federal judge ruled that a pro-Israel group’s lawsuit may go forward against the IRS for allegedly denying the group tax-exempt status because its positions opposed those of the Obama administration.
Americans trying to hide income in Israeli banks are about to be exposed to IRS scrutiny. The same goes for those who didn’t even know they were supposed to be filing with Uncle Sam.
Israel has become the latest country to reach a tax information-sharing agreement with the United States under a new law meant to combat offshore tax dodging by Americans, a U.S. Treasury Department spokesperson said on Thursday.
You can add the IRS to the long list of institutions, including public schools and corporations, that still haven’t caught up with the reality that women work now too.
EDITORIAL: Tax experts say the IRS is targeting Americans living in Israel for audits over the supposed fraud of a few. If it’s true, the government has some explaining to do.
This upcoming tax season entails some unpleasant surprises for United States citizens who either live in Israel or who hold bank accounts there.
Just in time for the fall harvest festival of Sukkot, the U.S. Census Bureau has published what we might call a 2013 update of America’s own Harvest of Shame: a comprehensive annual report on the state of income, poverty and health insurance in the United States.