Knowing what you can legitimately deduct off your taxes and what receipts you didn’t need to hold on to after all, can help both you and your accountant avoid a lot of headaches.
Three homes in a Gaithersburg neighborhood where a jet came crashing into on Monday have been deemed “unsafe to occupy,” according to officials.
A dozen Annapolis police officers spent their day off camped out on the roof of the Dunkin’ Donuts on West Street to raise money for the Special Olympics.
Ford’s Theatre says its audiences donated more than $77,000 for a local youth charity during performances of “A Christmas Carol” in November and December.
A recent survey conducted by the Pew Research Center found that Americans are more interested in the botched rollout of the online health insurance exchanges than they are in relief efforts in the Philippines following the landfall of Typhoon Haiyan.
The Capital Area Food Bank, Giant Food, CBS Radio and other media outlets are partnering to collect non-perishable items for the Stuff-A-Truck food drive.
Organizing for Action, the social welfare and community organizing project that advocates President Obama’s political agenda, has set up a health insurance survey for what consumers are “hearing about Obamacare” in an effort to garner donations.
During the government shutdown, many nonprofits are stretched to bare-bones budgets. Some have even closed their doors, because they can’t fund the essential services they provide in the D.C. metro. Your donations can make the difference.
A new analysis of Federal Election Commission filings finds that 32 “deceased” people donated more than $586,000 to congressional and presidential candidates since Jan. 1, 2009.
Utah residents donated just shy of $12 million to presidential candidates last year, according to the latest campaign disclosure reports filed with the Federal Election Commission.