House Democrats are ready to unleash the full force of their oversight powers on the Trump administration, a political liability for the President that will come from a newly divided government in Washington.
President Donald Trump shrugged off the prospect of Democrats going after his tax returns if the party wins control of the House in this week's midterm contests, suggesting Monday he was unbothered by a protracted fight over his financial documents.
On Tuesday morning, President Donald Trump tweeted this: "For the record, I have no financial interests in Saudi Arabia (or Russia, for that matter). Any suggestion that I have is just more FAKE NEWS (of which there is plenty)!"
H&R Block is everywhere -- and that's a problem.
Working from home can be a dream for many. But for some, it can also mean a bigger tax bill.
It's always a little surprising. In good times and bad, at least 75 million US households have ended up owing nothing in federal income taxes in recent years.
Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's office on Tuesday stood by the senator's statement that there's no evidence that the GOP tax plan's lowered corporate tax rate has significantly helped American workers -- a key selling point of the massive legislation.
Like most of us, you're probably still trying to figure out how the federal tax overhaul will change what you'll owe Uncle Sam.
It may not be the most glamorous milestone you'll reach on your way to being an adult. But eventually, it's time do your own taxes.
If you're like roughly three-quarters of US tax filers, you'll get a refund when you file your 2017 federal income tax return this year.
A lot of change is coming to taxes -- how much you'll pay and how you prepare them. Some people will pay more, some will pay less. It depends on many factors.