Experts: Predictions of Health Law's Demise May Be Premature »
After three days of oral argument in the U.S. Supreme Court, most handicappers are predicting the death of a controversial health care reform law provision that requires individuals by 2014 to have health care insurance or pay a penalty.
ABA Tax Section Urges Easing of IRS Barriers to Assisting Fraud Victims »
Victims of tax fraud resulting from identity theft are often left frustrated by the Internal Revenue Service because of strict privacy rules that can hinder investigation, the American Bar Association Section of Taxation said in an April 2 letter to congressional tax writers.
Analysts to Congress: Focus on Corporate Tax Rate, Not More Complexity »
Congressional leaders of both parties should stop nibbling around the edges of tax reform with modest small business bills and instead bite into the meatier portions of the tax code that will have a greater impact on taxpayers, pro-business tax analysts told BNA Bloomberg March 30.
House Approves FY 2013 Budget With Outline for Overhaul of Tax Code »
The House narrowly approved the Republican fiscal year 2013 budget resolution March 29 that would set up a path toward a simplified individual income tax and a shift in the corporate tax system to a territorial plan for congressional tax writers to finalize.
Justices Seem Divided on Severability in Oral Arguments on Health Case »
The U.S. Supreme Court March 28 entertained final oral arguments in the landmark federal health care reform law case, considering whether parts of the health reform law could stand if the individual mandate was found unconstitutional.
Justices Search for Limit on Federal Power in Health Care Case »
As bullhorns and microphones blared from protesters in front of the U.S. Supreme Court, it was silence from the “conservative” wing of the court that made the most noise during arguments March 27 over the constitutionality of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act's “individual mandate.”
Senate Votes 92-4 to Proceed to Full Vote on Repeal of Tax Breaks for Oil Companies »
The Senate voted 92-4 March 26 to limit debate and move toward a full floor vote on legislation that would repeal $21 billion in oil industry tax breaks and temporarily extend 18 tax incentives aimed at the use and production of clean or renewable forms of energy.
Tangible Property Rules Could Create Uncertain Tax Positions, E&Y Says »
Taxpayers seeking to comply with new Internal Revenue Service regulations on the accounting treatment of tangible property may have issues arise in the uncertain tax positions area for the first quarter of 2012, Ernst & Young LLP practitioners said March 23.
Shulman: Failure to Act on AMT, Extenders Could Delay 2013 Filing Season »
The entire 2013 tax filing season could be delayed if Congress does not act on the alternative minimum tax and tax extenders by the end of the year, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Douglas Shulman told a House panel March 22.
Data From Exchanges, Employers Will Determine Who Has Health Coverage »
The director of the office that regulates health insurance told Congress March 21 that the office will use data from insurance exchange markets to determine whether people have coverage when the individual mandate takes effect in 2014.
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