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Opinion

Opinion: Latest Taxpayer Rip Off — and It’s A Big One

When a consumer spends top dollar on a new home or car, they want everything to be perfect. They can be some of the most expensive purchases the average American makes in their lifetime. Buying a new home causes the American family to drain savings accounts and find cuts on non-essential expenditures. Many do it

Taxes

IRS expands Identity Protection PIN Opt-In Program to taxpayers nationwide

As part of the Security Summit effort, the Internal Revenue Service announced today that starting in January the Identity Protection PIN Opt-In Program will be expanded to all taxpayers who can properly verify their identities. The Summit partners, including state tax agencies, the nation’s tax industry and the IRS, marked the third day of the

Politics

Air Trump: Cost of trips to campaign events still hard to pin down

When Air Force One touches down in Arizona for President Donald Trump’s campaign visits to Bullhead City and Goodyear on Wednesday, it will be at least the 20th campaign stop for the jet in the past eight days. Who pays for those trips? You do. Maybe. Or maybe the Trump campaign does. Or a little

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