5 year-end tax tips for 2012
Making a last-minute charitable donation and using up your flexible spending account are just two important year-end tax tips.
While researchers don’t think taxing unhealthy foods and drinks will completely alter behavior, they do think it’ll encourage healthier choices.
Chickens eat farmer in new Herman Cain ad
Hot on the heels of his bizarre rabbit and goldfish videos, Cain is back in the spotlight with a new ad about death, taxes and chickens.
The hidden danger of tax day
Slightly more people die in car crashes on tax day compared to the number that die on days leading up to or after tax day.
Here are some deductions that just might come in handy as the IRS deadline approaches (plus one for you erotic workers Down Under).
Can the U.S. economy withstand the curse of rising gasoline prices?
While higher gas prices are not expected to significantly slow down the U.S.’s economic recovery, it may eat into tax cut benefits.
Denmark levies world’s first fat tax
The new saturated fat tax designed by Denmark’s outgoing government is meant to limit the population’s intake of fatty foods.
Stop coddling the super-rich, Warren Buffett says
The billionaire urged lawmakers to raise taxes on the country’s super-rich to help cut the budget deficit, saying such a move will not hurt investments.