taxes

Trump tax case poses potential test for Supreme Court

After two bruising losses in federal court, President Donald Trump's private lawyers are poised to head to the Supreme Court in hopes that the justices will block a Manhattan grand jury subpoena for the President's tax records.

Lawmakers move to resolve Gold Star family tax issue

A bipartisan group of lawmakers introduced legislation on Thursday to fix a change in President Donald Trump's tax law that unexpectedly stuck some families of fallen service members with higher tax bills this year.

Bernie Sanders releases 10 years of tax returns

Sen. Bernie Sanders on Monday released a decade of tax returns, providing new insight into how the Democratic socialist senator from Vermont became a millionaire between his two presidential runs.

TurboTax is crushing H&R Block in tax prep

Americans are increasingly turning to financial software to do their own taxes. That's great news for TurboTax maker Intuit, but it's a lot less encouraging for H&R Block and other professional tax preparation companies.

Elizabeth Warren unveils a plan to tax big corporations

Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is proposing a new tax on big corporations, bolstering the Massachusetts Democratic senator's progressive campaign against the powerful and wealthy ahead of the 2020 election.

Mnuchin: Treasury can't comply with deadline for Trump tax returns

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin informed Congress early Wednesday evening that his department would be unable to comply with House Democrats' deadline for President Donald Trump's tax returns, inserting himself into what is sure to be a pitched battle for the closely held documents.

What happens now in fight over Trump's tax returns?

The Trump administration has just days to respond to a request from House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Richard Neal to turn over six years of President Donald Trump's business and personal tax returns.

Key House Democrat: No timeline on requesting Trump's tax returns

Rep. Richard Neal, the only Democrat on Capitol Hill who can formally request Trump's tax returns using IRS rules, said Tuesday evening that he is not clear on when he will request President Donald Trump's tax returns and that Neal will do it only after his committee has built his case in seeking them.