"[O]n life support," says US Senator John Cornyn (R-TX)of the "Border Adjustment Tax," proposed during last year's GOP presidential primaries by US Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and backed by Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R-WI). If the idea is
Not only was Feb. 8 a great day for America and the entire world with the inauguration of Donald J. Trump as the 45th President of the United States but, also a great day for Religious Liberty, as the Indianapolis Baptist Temple won their tax case be
Many Americans who have wrestled with a 1040 form, or who have paid someone to prepare their taxes, no doubt cheered the news that Congress will soon resume working on tax reform. However taxpayers should temper their enthusiasm because, even in the
In November of 2016, the Internal Revenue Service ordered bitcoin trading company Coinbase to hand over the identities of millions of customers who made transactions through the company over three years, to find out who hasn't been paying their tax
James Corbett (The Corbett Report) on our descent into chaos, information warfare, social engineering, climate change lies, comments on recent 'terror'/'false flag' events - Dan Pilla (Tax Help Online) talks about last minute tax reductions.
Every presidential election brings with it a renewed debate on taxes: should tax rates be increased or decreased (which in turn forces economists to break out their textbooks to brush up on their Laffer curve definitions)?
Lowering the corporate tax rate appears to be all the rage. Donald Trump has promised a cut to 15 percent from 35 percent in the U.S., and British Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to make the U.K.'s corporate tax the lowest in the G-20, which w
The rise of bitcoin and other forms of digital currency is fueling a wealth of questions about tax enforcement: what sort of tax treatment guidelines exist for digital currencies? How are tax reporting agencies responding to the large number of digit
From Enron to Bernie Madoff, at the end of every great American financial scandal, the totality of the perpetrators' greed seems to be matched only by the public's incredulity at how such a thing could be allowed to happen.
Irwin Schiff was legally murdered by the government October 16, 2015. Irwin Schiff, who was imprisoned for his resistance to the federal income tax. Efforts by his son, the noted financial commentator Peter Schiff, to secure his release from prison
"The fact is that the government, like a highwayman, says to a man: Your money, or your life. And many, if not most, taxes are paid under the compulsion of that threat. The government does not, indeed, waylay a man in a lonely place, spring upon hi