Rothschild Humiliates Obama, Reveals That “America Is The Biggest Tax Haven In The World”

In his speech yesterday, following the Treasury’s crack down on corporate tax inversions, Obama blamed “poorly designed” laws for allowing illicit money transfers worldwide. Since the speech came at a time when the entire world is still abuzz with the…

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7 Dumbest Tax Mistakes You Don’t Want To Make

Thanks to calendar quirks, taxpayers have four extra days to file in 2016. That doesn’t mean you should use them. Rushing through most anything lends itself to silly, last-minute errors, and taxes are no exception. “It’s like homework,” says Certified…

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Is Donald Trump Right About Taxes?

During this month’s Republican presidential primary debate in New Hampshire, businessman Donald Trump took high taxes to task for stunting job growth in the U.S., claiming that “we’re the highest taxed country in the world.” Several critics and pundits were…

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These Personal Exemptions Can Save You A Lot Of Money On Your Taxes

When you look through tax laws that save taxpayers money, you’ll find that many of them are aimed at people with high-enough incomes to take advantage of them. With one tax provision, however, ordinary Americans can get write-offs worth thousands…

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Here’s how Shakespeare structured his assets to minimize taxes (brilliant!)

William Shakespeare was definitely not one for following the rules. The playwright was famed for the ways in which he bent the English language in unusual ways to create some of the most significant literary works to date. It was…

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Donald Trump’s Tax Plan is Supported By 7 Decades of Hard Research

Yesterday the leading presidential candidate in the Land of the Free released his tax plan in the Wall Street Journal. And the Donald certainly did not disappoint his supporters. His tax plan is bold, aiming to drastically simplify the tax code…

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Surreal: IRS apologizes for seizing bank accounts

Twenty-seven years ago at the 1988 Republican National Convention in New Orleans, George H. W. Bush accepted his party’s nomination to run for President of the United States. (This was when he announced Dan Quayle as his running mate, to…

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Don’t Fall For These 5 Myths When Filing Your Taxes

There are lots of misconceptions floating around about the best moves to make when it comes to filing your taxes. We know that every penny counts, especially at tax time, so we’ve busted five of the most common tax filing…

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The BBC is Using Anti-Terror Surveillance to Find Tax Dodgers

Many commentators, including myself, have been sounding the alarm for many years that only a short-sighted society filled with fearful imbeciles would ever grant government tyrannical powers in the name of fighting an overhyped, outside enemy. As has happened countless…

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Why did the IRS just threaten me with imprisonment?

I walked in the door this morning to my apartment in Santiago, happy to be back in Chile after a week away. (One of the things that I really love about this place is the weather. The weather forecast in…

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