A confidential draft of a memo allegedly written by an Internal Revenue Service lawyer, obtained by The Washington Post, argues that President Donald Trump can only withhold his tax returns from Congress by asserting executive privilege. The memo is titled “Congressional Access to Returns and Return Information,” and the IRS said it was written by
The House of Representatives has posted its stamp of approval on a bipartisan bill that would prohibit the Internal Revenue Service from directly offering taxpayers a free method of filing tax returns, reportedly at the behest of companies that profit off providing such services. What are the details? H.R. 1957, also known as the Taxpayer
Michael Avenatti earned millions of dollars as an attorney and had a habit of making six-figure purchases—all while failing to pay his sizable tax bills and, eventually, ceasing to file taxes at all, according to the Los Angeles Times. Things have gotten so bad for the former lawyer to adult film actress Stormy Daniels that
The Associated Press by Charlie Nash17 Apr 20180 17 Apr, 201817 Apr, 2018 Portions of the IRS online tax return system have gone down, creating delays before the Tuesday filing deadline. “On my way over here this morning, I was told a number of systems are unavailable at the moment,” declared acting IRS Commissioner David Kautter.