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  • Apple, the world's most profitable firm, has a secretive new structure allowing it to continue avoiding billions in taxes, Paradise Papers show. They sidestepped a 2013 crackdown by actively shopping around for a tax haven, landing $252bn on the Channel Island of Jersey.

    The US multinational has used a Channel Island to protect its low tax regime, the Paradise Papers show.

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  • Pursuing new tax reform

    In the waning days of the 2018 campaign, President Trump made a curious declaration about his intent to pursue a new tax reform, which neither he nor anyone else bothered to spell out. The reference quickly became derided as a mere campaign ruse and no one paid it much mind ...

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  • New Tax Brackets for 2019

    The Fiscal Times StaffNovember 16, 2018The IRS released its inflation adjustments for the 2019 tax year this week, which include new brackets and limits...

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  • For Climate Interventionists, New Taxes Are Only The Beginning

    Social planners forcibly restricting how many children others could have

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  • Europe won't give up on new tech taxes

    EU plans to tax the revenue generated by tech companies are on life support. But Facebook and Google could still be on the hook for millions in new payments.

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  • New study highlights 'segregation tax'

    Darrick Hamilton, professor of economics and urban policy at The New School, joins Ali Velshi to talk about the new Brookings study that found homes in black neighborhoods have on average 23% lower home values and how that discrimination persists.

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  • 20 Most-Overlooked Tax Breaks and Deductions

    Yes, tax reform eliminated or pared back a lot of popular write-offs. It's also true that many more people will now take the standard deduction instead of itemizing. But there are still plenty of hidden tax-saving opportunities to be found. In fact, the new law actually improved some tax breaks and added a few new ones. We've updated this popular guide to common tax deductions many filers may miss to ensure that your 2018 return is a money-saving masterpiece. Cut your tax bill to the bone by...

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  • Here are your new income tax brackets for 2019

    New year, new tax brackets. The IRS is updating its individual income tax brackets for 2019 and making a few other inflation-adjusted changes. What it means for you.

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  • How Goop and Universal Standard Are Creating "A New Normal"

    The unexpected collaboration between Gwyneth Paltrow's wellness brand and the size-inclusive fashion retailer actually makes a lot of sense.

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  • Hundreds of Jordanians protest against new tax bill

    Hundreds of Jordanians protested on Friday in central Amman in the first demonstration against a new, IMF-backed tax bill that parliament passed this month.

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  • House Republicans unveil new tax bill

    On Monday evening, House Republicans unveiled their new tax bill. The 297-page bill will likely receive a vote in the House before the end of the…

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  • What you should know about Jersey City's new business tax

    Jersey City's council on Nov. 20 adopted a new payroll tax to fund public schools. Here's what you should know about the new tax. Jersey City's council adopted the new payroll tax on Nov. 20. Here's what you should know about the plan. I own a house in Jersey City but do not own a business. Will my property taxes go up? No. The payroll tax affects businesses exclusively. I work in Jersey City but don't live there. Will more get taken out of my paycheck now? No. The...

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  • Six tax deductions you'll lose on your 2018 return

    Receipt collectors are about to be disappointed. This year marks the first in which the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is in effect. That means many of the tax breaks you claimed on your 2017 return will be off the table for 2018.

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  • Kansas faces new fight over taxes after years of turmoil

    TOPEKA, Kan. — Kansas' new Democratic governor promised not to raise taxes to meet her goals of boosting spending on public schools and social services. Republicans who control the Legislature argue that a tax increase is coming even if state politicians do nothing. One of the first big political fights Gov.-elect Laura Kelly faces upon taking office in January will be over cutting income taxes. The state is receiving a revenue windfall thanks to changes in the federal tax code at the end...

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  • Kansas faces new fight over taxes after years of turmoil

    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) " Kansas' new Democratic governor promised voters not to raise taxes to meet her goals of boosting spending on public schools and social services.Republicans who control the Legislature argue that a tax increase is coming even if politicians do nothing.One of the first big political fights Gov.-elect Laura Kelly faces upon taking office in January will be over cutting income taxes. The state is receiving a revenue windfall thanks to changes in the federal tax [

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  • Kansas faces new fight over taxes after years of turmoil

    TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas’ new Democratic governor promised not to raise taxes to meet her goals of boosting spending on public schools and social services. Republicans who control the Legislature argue that a tax

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  • Kansas faces new fight over taxes after years of turmoil

    Kansas' new Democratic governor promised not to raise taxes to meet her goals of boosting spending on public schools and social services. Republicans who control the Legislature argue that

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  • Kansas faces new fight over taxes after years of turmoil

    Kansas' new Democratic governor promised voters not to raise taxes to meet her goals of boosting spending on public schools and social services. Republicans who control the Legislature argue that

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