Taxes

Nra Tax Filing Alleges Wayne Lapierre Used The Group’s Funds For ‘personal Benefit And...

According to a new IRS tax filing from the National Rifle Association (NRA), current and former executives used the nonprofit group’s money for personal benefit and enrichment, the Washington Post reports. “The NRA said in the filing that it...
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France Sending Tax Payment Notices To Tech Firms

France’s finance ministry has sent out notices to tech companies asking that they pay a new digital service tax next month, Reuters reports. France applied a 3 percent tax on revenue from digital services earned in France by companies with...
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Square Is Officially Getting Into The Tax Prep Business

It has been rumored for a few weeks that Square (NYSE: SQ) had been in talks to acquire Credit Karma's tax prep business, and now it's official. Square's Cash App announced today that it has agreed to acquire Credit Karma Tax for $50 million in...
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The True Story Of Thatcher's Downfall Is Way Wilder Than 'the Crown'

UK industry was decimated by a decade of closures. Northern cities were wastelands of shut-down, boarded-up shops. A homophobic new law called Section 28 barred teachers and local councils from even discussing LGBTQ matters. And a poll tax had just...
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France Is Pushing Ahead With Its Tax On Us Big Tech After A 10-month Standoff With Trump, Setting...

Emmanuel Macron, President of France speaks in Brussels on 2 October 2020. Getty France has notified US Big Tech companies, including Facebook and Amazon, that it is levying its new 3% digital services tax for this year. France put collecting the...
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Japan To Weaken Tax Burden On Long-term Foreign Residents, Reports Say

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Japan intends to relax taxation of foreign residents who have lived in the country for more than ten years to make the country more attractive as a financial hub, the Kyodo news agency reported on Wednesday.
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Yellen Would Assume Vast Policy Portfolio As Treasury Secretary

From trade and sanctions to tax policy and financial regulation, the former Fed chair will be at the center of the new administration’s agenda.
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Donotpay, The Ai Lawyer For Your Inbox, Now Lets You Report Businesses For Tax Fraud

Here’s a cool one: DoNotPay, the legalese-trained email crawler that scours your inbox for ways to save you money (or earn you payouts from class action lawsuits), now helps you collect government tax fraud bounties. Natural language processing...
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Biden Could Have A Hard Time Protecting Alaska Wildlife, Thanks To The Gop

A provision of the 2017 tax law may make it difficult for Joe Biden to prevent oil drilling in the Alaska wildlife refuge. During his 2020 campaign for president, Democratic nominee Joe Biden pledged to protect the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge in...
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Pro-natal And Pro-work Conservatism

Conservative scholars and policymakers have given the Child Tax Credit (CTC) a lot of attention recently as an avenue to send families additional support while addressing declining fertility in the US. Expanding the CTC may seem attractive as a...

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Today’s Spinning Wheel

(Steven Hayward) News item: Biden has ambitious plans for gun control, including bans on certain kinds of weapons, an excise tax on so-called “assault” rifles, and of course more background checks. You can read all the dreary details...
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4 Misunderstood Facts Every Ira Investor Must Know

For retirement savers, an individual retirement account (IRA) is a must-know vehicle in all of its forms. An IRA can come in either pre-tax or post-tax variety, and may or may not be connected with your current employment status. Below, you'll find...

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It May Date Back To 1994 But There's No End In Sight For The Uk's Chief Customs System As Brexit...

Software dinosaur will run alongside new CDS platform, says HMRC A top civil servant has said UK tax collector HMRC has not set a date to end use of a vital 26-year-old customs system, even though plans to migrate began seven years ago.…
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The Flat Tax Increases Growth

There is something to be said for tearing it all down and starting again. The flat tax, for example, has long been debated but has never been fully adopted in the United States. After the end of communism, however, many countries in Eastern Europe...

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What Would A Divided Government Mean For Taxes?

Joe Biden is set to become the next president of the United States. The president-elect put forth an ambitious tax plan prior to the election, but Americans shouldn't count on their tax situation changing anytime soon.The president cannot...
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Apple Extends Small Business Online Event Apple Tax Exemption

We reported on the 25th September that Apple had given in to the increasing pressure from the likes of Facebook to give small businesses a break from the 30% Apple Tax to help them move their business online during the COVID-19 pandemic. That...
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French Finance Minister Says He Will Press Joe Biden On Digital Tax During First Contact With Him

The issue has become a bone of contention between European countries and the Trump administration. Washington abandoned international talks on the subject and President Donald Trump even threatened to impose tariffs on European products if France...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Donald Trump, France

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How An Hsa Can Help You Invest Now More Than Ever

Health savings accounts can save you a lot of money in the long run. There are some great tax benefits to putting in your own contributions as well. In this video from the Motley Fool Live Financial Planning series, longtime contributor and Director...
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What's The Maximum Tax You'll Pay To Fund Social Security In 2021?

Payroll taxes are Social Security's most important funding source, as they provide the bulk of the money the entitlement program receives. Virtually all workers pay Social Security taxes in the United States, and the amount you pay directly...
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3 Retirement Savings Accounts That Come With Huge Tax Breaks

Investing enough for retirement is a major challenge, especially since you'll need a large nest egg to help supplement your Social Security benefit. The good news is, the government wants to help -- and it does that by providing substantial tax...
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