What did the I.R.S. do with savings and tax brackets limits to ease the sting of inflation?When a dollar buys less than it used to, the I.R.S. lets you put […]
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They Went Viral and Made Money. Now They Owe Taxes.
The needs of these creators vary — and fortunes can change quickly. “If you go viral, you might make $80,000 in one month,” Ms. Studley said. “Some clients are 19 […]
How a Hospital Chain Used a Poor Neighborhood to Turn Huge Profits
RICHMOND, Va. — In late July, Norman Otey was rushed by ambulance to Richmond Community Hospital. The 63-year-old was doubled over in pain and babbling incoherently. Blood tests suggested septic […]
Officials Balked at a Drug Company’s Tax Shelter. Auditors Approved It Anyway.
The drug company Perrigo had a problem.Consultants at the giant advisory firm EY had devised an elaborate arrangement that would allow Perrigo, one of the country’s leading makers of nonprescription […]
The Federal Government Subsidizes Abortions. Will That Last?
In the United States, you can get a tax deduction for your abortion if your overall health care expenses are high enough. That didn’t change with the Supreme Court’s ruling […]
Paying Taxes in 2022: What You Need to Know
I was lured into the meme stock madness. What do I need to know?The federal government is coming for its share of your winnings. If you were trading in a […]
I.R.S. Braces for Another Chaotic Tax Season
WASHINGTON — At the Internal Revenue Service’s sprawling Kansas City, Mo., processing center, teams of clerks earning $15 per hour work through the night, trying to help the agency clear […]
The I.R.S. Warns of Messy Tax Filing Season
WASHINGTON — The federal tax filing season will run from Jan. 24 to April 18 this year, the Internal Revenue Service said on Monday, warning in its announcement that staffing […]
Behind Elon Musk’s Twitter Poll Is a Tax Bill Coming Due
Elon Musk may have already been compelled to sell a sizable portion of his Tesla shares even if he hadn’t issued an unusual Twitter pledge over the weekend. Mr. Musk […]
Pastries and Persuasion: How a Global Tax Deal Got Done
Mr. Grinberg, a tax law professor at Georgetown University who worked in the Treasury Department during the Bush and Obama administrations, was initially viewed with skepticism by some progressives, who […]