By Byron York | 10/28/13 07:23 PM
There's no doubt congressional investigators have their hands full probing allegations the Internal Revenue Service targeted conservative non-profit groups. But now a different IRS scandal -- involving the chronic, ongoing, mind-bogglingly wasteful mismanagement of a popular tax credit program...
By Mark Flatten | 10/25/13 07:29 PM
Lavish spending at a pair of training conferences put on by the Department of Veterans Affairs in 2011 will be investigated at a hearing Wednesday by the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform. The conferences in Orlando cost taxpayers about $6.1 million, as much as $762,000 of...
By Byron York | 10/24/13 12:13 PM
Under Obamacare, the Internal Revenue Service will determine who is eligible for health insurance subsidies, and it will deliver those subsidies, in the form of tax credits, to millions of individual Americans. It's a huge job, and a critical one, involving hundreds of billions of taxpayer...
By Ethan Barton | 10/24/13 12:19 AM
Poor oversight by the Internal Revenue Service allowed nearly 700 contract employees who owed $5.4 million in federal taxes to go undetected as of June 2012, according to a report released Wednesday by the U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration. The IG reviewed 13,591...
By Steve Contorno | 10/23/13 05:11 PM
The top Republican on the House taxing committee accused the Internal Revenue Service of putting Obamacare ahead of the millions of tax returns filed each year.
By Associated Press | 10/23/13 01:01 PM
A Treasury investigator says nearly 700 people who work for Internal Revenue Service contractors owe $5.4 million in back taxes. That's about 5 percent of all IRS contract workers.
By Susan Ferrechio | 10/22/13 04:11 PM
The Internal Revenue Service has made "no significant improvements" toward ending massive improper payments under the Earned Income Tax Credit program, according to an audit released Tuesday, which shows the agency issued more than $132 billion in wrongful tax credits over the past decade....
By Susan Ferrechio | 10/22/13 04:03 PM
The Internal Revenue Service announced Tuesday that the 2014 tax-filing season will be delayed by up to two weeks as a result of the recent partial government shutdown. The delay means taxpayers can start sending their 2013 tax returns in "no earlier than Jan. 28 and no later than Feb. 4," the...
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