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Topic - Internal Revenue Service
Recently released emails reveal the Justice Department and the IRS' Lois Lerner discussed collaborating to find a tea party case they could prosecute.
The personal information of 27,000 University of Pittsburgh Medical Center employees might have been put at risk by identity thieves who apparently used the information of 788 workers to file bogus federal tax returns, the hospital network said.
The Burlington School District is expecting to be fined for late payment and nonpayment of payroll taxes.
More than 60 percent of voters in a new poll think President Obama and the truth are often strangers. That explains the president's recent insistence that there isn't a "smidgen" of corruption in the Internal Revenue Service.
Internal Revenue Service agents descended on a Scottsdale luxury auto dealership but the tax agency isn't saying what prompted the raids.
The man who lied to us about keeping our health plans if we liked them has outdone himself by telling us that there was not even "a smidgen of corruption" involved when the IRS targeted conservative groups during the 2012 presidential campaign.
A federal indictment alleges an income tax preparer and four central Ohio business owners conspired to defraud the Internal Revenue Service and helped file false tax returns.
IRS emails released Wednesday show that just before the tea party targeting scandal was revealed last year, Lois G. Lerner and her colleagues at the tax agency were talking with the Justice Department about making examples out of nonprofit groups that they felt were violating campaign laws by playing political roles.
The Department of Justice cannot be expected to investigate the IRS scandal when it may have been a part of trying to target conservative groups.
Conservatives are using the tax filing deadline to take aim at Washington's policy and the IRS, which has been steeped in scandal for nearly a year because of allegations it targeted right-leaning groups seeking favorable tax status.
Tens of thousands of Americans have been bushwhacked by a single arcane sentence in a 673-page law Congress enacted six years ago.
Gisele Bundchen is accusing the IRS of auditing her just because Forbes said she earned $42 million between June 2012 and June 2013 — a figure which puts her at the top of the publication's wealthy list for models for the seventh year in a row.
If there's a moral for last-minute filers trying to nickel-and-dime the Internal Revenue Service, it is that it really helps to be president of the United States.
The calendar shows April 15, and you haven't even started on your federal tax return? Chances are, you don't need to fret.
Attorney General Scott Pruitt is warning Oklahomans about tax and rebate scams as the deadline nears to file personal income tax returns.