Property Tax Refund Available For Tarrant County Residents Who PrepaidProperty owners in Tarrant County who unnecessarily prepaid their 2018 property taxes can get that money refunded.
Prepaying Property Taxes May Not Help North Texans After IRS Clarifies RulesA newly issued advisory by the IRS Wednesday afternoon casts doubt that North Texans will be able to deduct prepayments of next year's property taxes on this year's federal income tax returns.
Equifax Signed Contract With IRS In SeptemberThe no-bid contract is for Equifax to provide the IRS with taxpayer and personal identity verification services.
I-Team: State Fair Of Texas Executive Paid $708KThe State Fair of Texas is an IRS-designated 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. Most of money goes towards the direct cost of putting on the 24-day event with more than $2 million going towards executive salaries.
10 People Sickened By Package At Kansas City IRS BuildingA fire official says about 10 people were sickened by a suspicious package in the mailroom of a sprawling IRS building in downtown Kansas City, Missouri.
President Trump Targeting IRS Rule On ChurchesPresident Donald Trump plans to sign an executive order targeting a rarely enforced IRS rule that says religious organizations and other non-profits that endorse political candidates risk losing their tax-exempt status.
IRS, Postal Inspectors Raid Benny Hinn MinistriesFederal agents descended on the North Texas headquarters of television evangelist Benny Hinn and took boxes out of the offices.
Trump Tax Plan Cuts Top Rate From 39.6 To 35 PercentTrump tax plan cuts top income tax rate from 39.6 to 35 percent, doubles amount taxpayers can deduct.
Tax Day Is Here! Here's A Last-Minute Checklist Before You FileThis year’s April 18 deadline to file your 2016 federal tax return is here. But before you file, check this list to ensure you don’t make some common mistakes.
Deadline For Filing Tax Returns Is Tuesday This YearInstead of the traditional April 15 deadline, which comes Saturday, this year's tax returns aren't due until Tuesday April 18th.
Jurors In Price Trial Told 'It Wasn't Bribe Money, It Was Shoe Money'Jurors were told Wednesday that more than $100,000 in cash found in John Wiley Price's safe actually belonged to his assistant - kept under lock and key so she wouldn't go on a shoe shopping spree.
Repeated Government Mistakes Threaten Price Corruption TrialProsecutor Walt Junker timidly told Judge Barbara Lynn about the government's latest big flub - the third of its kind - moments after she'd dismissed the jury for the day.