Donald Trump refuses to release his taxes, but thanks to a New York Times article, we may now know why he is reluctant to share the info.


During last night's presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Clinton hammered the businessman-turned-politician about his taxes.


  CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) – The Regional Income Tax Agency is Ohio giving taxpayers an extra week to file. Due to problems with RITA’s phone…

via CNN Actor Wesley Snipes has been released from a federal prison where he was serving a three-year sentence after being convicted on tax charges in February 2010. The release to a supervised residential location in New York occurred Tuesday, the Federal Bureau of Prisons told CNN. Read Full Story Article courtesy  

As the ongoing battle over the fiscal cliff wages on in Washington, taxpayers across the country are watching the news – and their wallets –…

  via BBC News The US president and Congressional leaders have voiced optimism over resolving the fiscal cliff of tax rises and spending cuts at the end of 2012. Barack Obama met with leaders at the White House, with Republicans sounding more inclined to back higher taxes in some form. “I feel confident that a […]

On Friday, President Barack Obama will meet with Congress and civic leaders, such as Majority Leader Harry Reid, Rev. Al Sharpton, Speaker of the House…

The agreement between the shopping gargantuan and Texas Comptroller Susan Combs was announced today, ending the state’s two-year effort to collect $269 million for uncollected…

TULSA – The IRS urges people not to hire an individual or company claiming you can pay to have back taxes or associated fees wiped away. Instead turn to the IRS for free help.

Ruben Studdard visited by The Wendy Williams Show Tuesday to promote his fifth album, “Letters From Birmingham,” and discuss a number of other topics, including who should judge “X-Factor,” the truth behind his divorce, his tax problems and his former “American Idol” rival Clay Aiken’s chances on NBC’s “The Apprentice.” After Williams questioned Studdard about […]

via BBC News The US Congress has voted in favor of extending a payroll tax cut until the end of 2012, ending months of debate. The bill now moves on to President Barack Obama, who has promised to sign it into law. The deal would extend a payroll tax cut the White House says saves […]

In what has been a holding pattern for the GOP and President Barack Obama, House Republicans and GOP Presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Ron Paul have taken sharp digs at the budget plan Obama unveiled early Monday. The potentially contentious battle over taxes and the GOP resistance to all things coming out of the White […]