The Internal Revenue Service said Tuesday it received 135.6 million returns this tax season after a late burst of tax filings in the final week.
President Donald Trump’s expected call to slash the corporate tax rate to 15 percent—a number that many economists say would boost the deficit so much that the cut would be short-lived—may be less about policy and more about deal-making.
Interest rate increases and inflation fears are causing a slight decline in the American Institute of CPAs’ Personal Financial Satisfaction Index in the first quarter of the year, despite positive news in the stock market and promises of tax reform.
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The president will call for cutting taxes for individuals and lowering the corporate rate to 15 percent after briefing GOP leaders.
The number of public companies filing their financial statements with the Securities and Exchange Commission has shrunk dramatically in recent decades, according to a new report.
The IFRS Foundation, the group that oversees the International Accounting Standards Board and its work on International Financial Reporting Standards, issued its annual report for 2016 on Tuesday, with a look ahead at where global standards are expected to go this year.
Traders fixated are about to get an idea of how far the president will go to stimulate the economy, after months speculating over the timing and size of his tax plan.
There are two different programs to help taxpayers with the cost, and more may be on the way.