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Donald Trump Used Legally Dubious Method to Avoid Paying Taxes

Donald Trump Used Legally Dubious Method to Avoid Paying Taxes

Donald J. Trump in Atlantic City in 1990, seeking approval for his Trump Taj Mahal casino.
Donald Trump Used Legally Dubious Method to Avoid Paying Taxes

Donald Trump Used Legally Dubious Method to Avoid Paying Taxes

Donald J. Trump in Atlantic City in 1990, seeking approval for his Trump Taj Mahal casino.

Hmm: IRS reviewing the Clinton Foundation?

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Wealth Matters: Trump’s Changes to the Tax Codes May Encourage Dynastic Wealth

Wealth Matters: Trump’s Changes to the Tax Codes May Encourage Dynastic Wealth

Sarah T. Connolly, a partner at the law firm Nixon Peabody in New York, pointed out that changes to the estate tax would not affect many of Donald J. Trump’s supporters.
How Federal Ethics Laws Will Apply to a Trump Presidency

How Federal Ethics Laws Will Apply to a Trump Presidency

Donald J. Trump with his family at his campaign’s election night event at the New York Hilton Midtown.

Your Money Adviser: How Students Are Responding to the Changes in Federal Financial Aid

This year, for the first time, the Fafsa was made available on Oct. 1 — three months earlier than usual — for the next academic year.

Bitcoin Users Who Evade Taxes Are Sought by the I.R.S.

The I.R.S. has asked Coinbase, the largest Bitcoin exchange in the United States, for the records of customers who bought virtual currency from 2013 to 2015.

Bitcoin Users Who Evade Taxes Are Sought by the I.R.S.

The I.R.S. has asked Coinbase, the largest Bitcoin exchange in the United States, for the records of customers who bought virtual currency from 2013 to 2015.

Legal weed businesses are worried the IRS could tax them out of existence

When California voted to legalize recreational marijuana use in November, few people were as thrilled as Steve DeAngelo. Sporting his signature porkpie hat and braided hair while seated in the massive
White Collar Watch: As Fintech Comes of Age, Government Seeks an Oversight Role

White Collar Watch: As Fintech Comes of Age, Government Seeks an Oversight Role

The Bitcoin stand at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last year. The Internal Revenue Service is looking at Bitcoin users for potential tax violations.
Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Jevic Transportation trucks at the company’s Delanco, N.J., headquarters in 2008. The company filed for bankruptcy two years after a leveraged buyout by Sun Capital Partners, which former employees
Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Supreme Court Case Has Bankruptcy World on Edge

Jevic Transportation trucks at the company’s Delanco, N.J., headquarters in 2008. The company filed for bankruptcy two years after a leveraged buyout by Sun Capital Partners, which former employees
Wealth Matters: Family Cemeteries Bind Generations, for Remembrance and Tax Reasons

Wealth Matters: Family Cemeteries Bind Generations, for Remembrance and Tax Reasons

John Sanderson, left, with his grandchildren Luke and Clinton and his son Bill during a visit to their family cemetery in Cartersville, Va.
India’s Call-Center Talents Put to a Criminal Use: Swindling Americans

India’s Call-Center Talents Put to a Criminal Use: Swindling Americans

Pawan Poojary, 18, left, and Jayesh Dubey, 19, were part of a scheme targeting Americans run from a call center in Thane, a suburb of Mumbai, India.
India’s Call-Center Talents Put to a Criminal Use: Swindling Americans

India’s Call-Center Talents Put to a Criminal Use: Swindling Americans

Pawan Poojary, 18, left, and Jayesh Dubey, 19, were part of a scheme targeting Americans run from a call center in Thane, a suburb of Mumbai, India.
India’s Call-Center Talents Put to a Criminal Use: Swindling Americans

India’s Call-Center Talents Put to a Criminal Use: Swindling Americans

Pawan Poojary, 18, left, and Jayesh Dubey, 19, were part of a scheme targeting Americans run from a call center in Thane, a suburb of Mumbai, India.
Rex Tillerson, Required to Shed Exxon Shares, Wants to Defer the Taxes

Rex Tillerson, Required to Shed Exxon Shares, Wants to Defer the Taxes

Rex W. Tillerson, the former chief executive of Exxon Mobil, is preparing for a Senate confirmation hearing on Wednesday.

Get insurance or face fines

If you haven’t signed up for health insurance, you may soon be getting a not-too-subtle nudge from the taxman. The IRS is sending personalized letters to millions of taxpayers who might be uninsured,