Taxes

IRS’ Litany of Mismanagement

The IRS is in full crisis mode and the staff of Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) J. Russell George has been busier than a one-legged man in a butt kickin’ contest.

Tax Refund Fraud and Identity Theft – an Update

April is the cruelest month for most taxpayers, but for a growing number of them, it is the months that follow that do the most damage.

Same old thing: Tax and Spend

We were provided a joint analysis of President Obama’s budget by the House and Senate Republican Budget Committees.

To Catch a Thief

‘Tis the season…for tax refund fraud.  And the 2012 filing season promises to be a whooper when it comes to taxpayers’ refunds being ripped off.

911 Funds Should Support 911 Functions

The 911 system is a valuable emergency communications tool available nationwide, and supported, in part, through fees typically designated as either 911 funds or enhanced 911 (E-911) fees.

Make the Ban on Internet Taxation Permanent

Today’s increasingly digital age has surrounded everyone’s lives with constantly connected laptops, tablets, and Smartphones, with quick, easy access to the Internet.  These modern technological achievements are largely due to the fact that since 1992, when the general public first gained access to the World Wide Web, the Internet has been mostly free from government regulation and taxation. 

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CAGW Names Sen. Kamala Harris August 2018 Porker of the Month

Sen. Harris is CAGW's Porker of the Month for for proposing an expensive and impractical taxpayer-funded rent subsidy.