Nonprofit Explorer – ProPublica

Learn about those people and organizations soliciting you before you make a contribution Use this database to view summaries of 3 million tax returns from tax-exempt organizations and see financial details such as their executive compensation and revenue and expenses. You can browse IRS data released since 2013 and access over 9.6 million tax filing documents going back as far as 2001. Nonprofit Explorer – ProPublica

Tax Day: The Best Single Change to the Tax Code – Bloomberg

VERY INTERESTING READ The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 left some Americans celebrating their gains, others decrying losses, and a good chunk of the nation unsure of what to think, actually. That’s to be expected – it will take time to understand the true impact of such sweeping changes. For Tax Day, we posed a simpler question to our columnists: What single change in tax policy would do the most good for the nation? They offered the following … Continued

It’s Official — Here’s When You Can File Your Tax Return in 2019 — The Motley Fool

  To the relief of millions of Americans expecting tax refunds in the next few months, the IRS and the Trump administration recently announced that the start of tax season and the issuance of tax refunds would not be affected by the government shutdown, even if it lasts well into the start of tax season. If you’re wondering when you’ll be able to file your taxes, or if you want to know when you can expect your tax refund to … Continued

After Budget Cuts, the IRS’ Work Against Tax Cheats Is… — ProPublica

THIS IS NOT ADVICE Tax evasion is at the center of the criminal cases against two associates of the president, Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. The sheer scale of their efforts to avoid paying the government has given rise to a head-scratching question: How were they able to cheat the Internal Revenue Service for so many years? The answer, researchers and former government auditors say, is simple. The IRS pursues fewer cases of tax evasion than it did less than … Continued

IRS Urges Travelers Requiring Passports to Pay Their Back Taxes or Enter into Payment Agreements; People Owing $51,000 or More Covered

The Internal Revenue Service today strongly encouraged taxpayers who are seriously behind on their taxes to pay what they owe or enter into a payment agreement with the IRS to avoid putting their passports in jeopardy. This month, the IRS will begin implementation of new procedures affecting individuals with “seriously delinquent tax debts.” These new procedures implement provisions of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, signed into law in December 2015. The FAST Act requires the IRS to notify … Continued