MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The six-year legal battle over pop superstar Prince’s estate has ended, meaning the process of distributing the artist's wealth could begin next month.
WASHINGTON (AP) — This year's tax filing season will begin on Jan. 24, 17 days earlier than last year, the Internal Revenue Service announced Monday.
The IRS is warning that a resurgence of COVID-19 infections on top of less funding authorization from Congress than the Biden administration had requested could make this filing season particularly challenging.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Court officials are edging closer to dividing up pop superstar Prince ’s estate.
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Internal Revenue Service filings show former Sanford Health CEO Kelby Krabbenhoft was paid more than $49 million in salary, severance and other payouts last year.
Krabbenhoft left Sanford last year after nearly a quarter century, receiving a combination of salary, incentive-based pay, severance and two lump sum payouts from supplemental executive retirement plans.
PHOENIX (AP) — A Scottsdale man who failed to appear for his sentencing in a tax fraud case has received more prison time, according to federal authorities.
In August 2020, Thomas Rampetsreiter was given a two-year sentence in federal prison and ordered to pay more than $2.2 million restitution to the Internal Revenue Service.
Washington (AP) — A prominent conservative group funneled valuable information about Republican voters between the Republican National Committee and state lawmakers, a move that violated its nonpartisan status and tax law, according to a whistleblower complaint filed Tuesday with the Internal Revenue Service.
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A suspended Nigerian government official accused of stealing $350,000 from Washington state as part of a massive pandemic-related fraud also sought to bilk the Internal Revenue Service of nearly $1.6 million, federal prosecutors said Friday.
DETROIT (AP) — Two women who formed a Detroit-area rap duo, Deuces Wild, are accused of stealing millions of dollars through fraudulent tax returns.
Sameerah Marrel, known as “Ms. Creme,” and Noelle Brown, known as “Nikki Brown,” were charged with many crimes in a criminal complaint unsealed Wednesday.
BALTIMORE (AP) — The owner of a Maryland physical therapy business is facing up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to not paying more than $258,000 in federal employment taxes.
Harshe Shende, 57, of Hanover, pleaded guilty Tuesday to eight counts of failing to pay employment taxes to the Internal Revenue Service in 2014 and 2015...
WASHINGTON (AP) — The IRS' workforce will return to full strength under the short-term deal to reopen the government struck Friday by President Donald Trump and congressional leaders...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Taxpayers who are owed refunds will be paid on time, despite the government shutdown that has closed many federal agencies, a Trump administration official said Monday as concern mounted over the risk that the payments could be delayed...
LINCOLN - Nebraskans are being reminded about the importance of keeping their personal financial information safe, especially when scanning through email.
Christopher Miller, a Nebraska spokesman for the Internal Revenue Service, says an alarming trend has reappeared this year.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats controlling the House next year will start trying to obtain President Donald Trump's income tax returns from the Internal Revenue Service, the likely next speaker said Thursday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Getting President Donald Trump's tax returns is high on the list of Democratic priorities now that they have won the House...
LINCOLN - The Internal Revenue Service is urging Nebraskans to take a close look at their paychecks to make sure the right amount of taxes are being taken out.
IRS spokesman Chris Miller says it’s important to look at the numbers now.
A South Abington Twp. man who was part of a phony Internal Revenue Service collection scheme that scammed nearly $900,000 from victims faces almost two decades in federal prison.
Hiteshkumar Patel, 52, was sentenced Thursday by U.S.
Amid the fury about the meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and American President Donald J. Trump, a very important change happened that could influence elections as much as possible Russian interference.
California tax lawyer Charles Rettig, President Trump's pick to be the next IRS commissioner, on Thursday pledged to run the agency in an independent, unbiased manner if confirmed including when it comes to how the agency plans to deal with a number of state workarounds to the new tax law.
GREENWICH — Greenwich police are warning the public about an uptick in the number of telephone scams being perpetrated, especially one involving immediate payment of taxes.
Authorities say the latest round of phone scammers are claiming to be from the Internal Revenue Service.
ORANGE — A landscaper will serve five years in prison after he failed to pay more than $67,000 in taxes to the Internal Revenue Service, the Department of Justice said.
Thomas Capecelatro, 64, of Orange, was sentenced Friday to five years imprisonment followed by one year of supervised release.
CHELMSFORD -- A comprehensive internal investigation at LifeLinks Inc. uncovered about $286,000 in unsubstantiated expenses over eight fiscal years that were previously charged as reimbursable program costs to the state, according to an Internal Revenue Service filing.
Millions of Americans will need to use a new Internal Revenue Service tool to ensure their new paychecks are accurate, Trump administration officials said Thursday as they issued guidelines for implementing the recently passed tax law.
Hundreds of local charities and nonprofits have reaped the benefits of two generous family foundations.
Stamford’s historic Avon Theatre was saved by one of them. Connecticut Public Broadcasting and countless food banks, hospitals, museums and land trusts have enjoyed their support.
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In past columns, I have written about legislative efforts to stop the abuse of asset seizure laws to take Americans’ property without proof of a crime, or even an arrest or warrant. A recent report from the Treasury Inspector General For Tax Administration (TIGTA) sheds further light on the alarming property seizure practices of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).