Extra Days to File: Tax Day 2016 is Not April 15Tax Day 2016 is not on April 15 as usual. Instead, it has been moved to April 17 because of Washington D.C.'s Emancipation Day. Here is a look at why Tax Day is on April 15 to begin with, what Emancipation Day is, and when Tax Day can be moved to a later date.
Donald Trump Teases Tax Plan On '60 Minutes'Trump promises to raise taxes on the very wealthy and close tax loopholes for corporations and hedge funds while reducing taxes to zero for lower income Americans.
D.C. Council Votes to Cut Taxes Starting in SeptemberThe D.C. Council has voted to cut income taxes for middle-class and wealthier residents starting in September.
5 Tax Breaks New Parents Should Know AboutTax breaks can make raising children a little more affordable.
AG Gansler Highlights Plan Calling For Tax Cut Attorney General Doug Gansler is highlighting his plan to cut the corporate income tax rate to demonstrate he is the most willing of Maryland's Democratic primary candidates for governor to do what's necessary to spur the state's economy.
Scalia To Student: If Taxes Go Too High 'Perhaps You Should Revolt' Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia told a crowd of law school students that if taxes in the U.S. become too high then people “should revolt.”
Councilmember to Propose Raising Minimum Wage in D.C.New legislation would raise the minimum wage in the District of Columbia.
Va. Tax Collections Dip for AugustVirginia's general tax collections dipped slightly in August thanks to a routine drop in collections of individual income taxes withheld from salaries and paychecks and a decline in sales tax receipts.
Plenty Of Changes For Tax Filers This YearExperts recommend using some type of guidance to navigate forms and maximize your returns.
What To Do If You Owe Taxes But Can't PaySo you've prepared your tax return and found that you owe. What should you do if you can't pay?
As The Tax Man Cometh, Tips For Getting ReadyThe IRS expects 75 percent of all 2012 returns will get a refund, so if you haven't started preparing your taxes yet, do it.
Maryland Senate OKs Income Tax Increase For High-Earners After convening for a special session in Annapolis, the Maryland Senate voted Tuesday to increase state income taxes on individuals who make more than $100,000 a year in taxable income and couples who earn more than $150,000 and to start shifting some teacher pension costs to local governments over four years.

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