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The Reverend, The English Spinster, and the Russian Prince

The title of this blog posting tells you absolutely nothing about what the post is about.

Life And Career

Taxation -- Interim Results of the 2014 Filing Season

Interim Results of the 2014 Filing Season
Source: Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration

The filing season, defined as the period from January 1 through mid-April, is critical for the IRS because it is during this time that most individuals file their income tax returns and contact the IRS if they have questions about specific laws or filing procedures.

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Government And Politics

Two Holidays in One

Yesterday was Easter Sunday, of course, but this year it coincided with the far more secular holiday of 4-20. For the sake of the squares among you we will explain that “4-20″ is a sub-cultural slang term for marijuana. 825 more words


Governments endorse new OECD Guidelines on applying VAT across borders

The Global Forum on VAT is a platform for a global dialogue on international VAT standards and key issues of VAT policy and operation. Meeting topics included: 523 more words


The perpetual suspense of Italian taxation

The Italian taxation system is considered a major obstacle to foreign investment in the country. Not only taxes are too high, they are also hopelessly confused. 98 more words


Offshore Tax Havens Cost Average Taxpayer $1,259 a Year, Small Businesses $3,923

Offshore Tax Havens Cost Average Taxpayer $1,259 a Year, Small Businesses $3,923
Source: U.S. Public Interest Research Group

As hardworking Americans file their taxes today, it’s a good time to be reminded that ordinary taxpayers pick up the tab for special interest loopholes in our tax laws.

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Business And Economics