Tax Planning

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Paulson Gets More Time From IRS For Reinsurance Tax Savings

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Hedge fund managers including billionaire John Paulson won’t immediately face new limits on their use of insurance in offshore tax havens.

Robo-Advisors Move On Taxes

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Wealthfront, Betterment, Schwab and FutureAdvisor now offer "tax-loss harvesting" as an automatic feature on investment accounts.

States With The Worst ROI From Residents' Taxes

by FA Staff

These 10 states rank at the bottom for what residents get from taxes, and their ratings were dragged down by poor water, inadequate hospitals, high crime and more.

Top 10 States With The Best Tax ROI

by FA Staff

These 10 states provide the best services for residents compared with the taxes they pay.

Republicans Shrug Off Deficit Woes In Half-Trillion-Dollar Binge

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Congressional Republicans who came to power pledging tight-fisted budgeting are going on a tax-cut and spending binge that would boost federal deficits by a half-trillion dollars.

Schism Threatens Republican Cohesion On Tax Cuts

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An internal debate among Republicans is dissolving their unity on cutting marginal tax rates, but most of their plans have this in common: They offer no spending cuts to offset revenue loss.

Senate Aging Chair: Justice Dept. Is Lax On Senior Fraud

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Senate Special Committee on Aging Chair Susan Collins accused the Justice Department Wednesday of indifference to senior financial fraud.

How Much Do Americans Really Pay In Taxes?

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Some $1.4 trillion in individual income taxes are due to the IRS on April 15. But for many Americans, that’s only the half of it.

The IRS Wants to Convince Millennials It's Cool To Work There

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More than half the agency's employees are over 50 years old.

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