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Corporate taxes can be good for shareholders: Why some actually want...

Andrew Bauer, University of Waterloo There is a prevailing assumption that, in the name of profit, shareholders don’t want...

The IRS already has all your income tax data – so...

Beverly Moran, Vanderbilt University Doing taxes in the U.S. is notoriously complicated and costly. And it gets even worse...

What’s a 990 form? A charity accounting expert explains

Sarah Webber, University of Dayton Most tax-exempt nonprofits must file a 990 form with the Internal Revenue Service every...

The Pandora Papers: How punishing tax cheats can serve as a deterrent

Tisha King, Dalhousie University Law-abiding taxpayers look on with disappointment and disdain as details about the illicit financial arrangements of the ultra-wealthy surface — again....

Tax or treat! State laws on candy taxation vary wildly

Hayes Holderness, University of Richmond Halloween shoppers have many delicious decisions to make before trick-or-treaters show up at their...

Amid calls to #TaxTheChurches – what and how much do US...

Ryan Cragun, University of Tampa The hashtag #TaxTheChurches began trending on Twitter in mid-July. The...

What’s the charitable deduction? An economist explains

Patrick Rooney, IUPUI The charitable deduction is a dollar-for-dollar reduction in taxable income that lowers what someone owes the...

IRS hitting you with a fine or late fee? Don’t fret...

Rita W. Green, University of Memphis Tax Day has come and gone, and you think you filed your return...

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