News and Articles About Tax Policy
The Wi-Fi-equipped commuter shuttle buses offered up by tech giants such as Google, Yahoo, Apple and Facebook are now going to be taxed based on the number of stops they make in city bus zones.
Tax reform is happening. Kind of. And slowly. Here are some predictions of how it might all play out.
A look at how the International Franchise Association plans to advocate for the franchise industry's interests in Washington.
Increasingly, marijuana is seen as a potentially big financial opportunity. But the tax man is making it a business buzz-kill.
Rather than robbing jobs, increased growth overseas actually helps companies domestically, which is good for both employees and investors.
A bill which would end tax-free online shopping moves on to the House of Representatives, where it is likely to be met with resistance from anti-tax Republicans.
The Marketplace Fairness Act, expected to pass in the Senate on May 6, requires online retailers to charge shoppers their state's sales tax. Is the law a poor political move?
The Senate is expected to vote on the Marketplace Fairness Act of 2013 this week. If passed, online retailers would have to collect sales tax in all states, even if they don't have a physical footprint in the state.
A new taxation survey finds that the administrative burdens of paying taxes are more significant than the financial burdens. Here are a few tips on how to keep the time devoted to your taxes to a minimum.
For the first time in two years, health care trumps the economy as the biggest issue that small-business owners are worried about, according to a new report.
Congress's top priority should be reducing the national deficit, according to entrepreneurs.
At the end of the year, a slew of tax breaks are set to expire, effectively increasing your bill to Uncle Sam. Here is a rundown of some of the changes that may not heard about.
Giving special treatment to one industry leads to misallocation of resources to that favored business sector.