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- "Protecting Americans from the Tax Hikes Act of 2015 and Other Recent Tax Acts: Laws, Explanations & Analysis" ($53.97, regularly $89.95)
- "Affordable Care Act — Law, Regulatory Explanation and Analysis," 2016 ($44.97, regularly $74.95)
- "Oil and Gas: Federal Income Taxation," 2016 ($135, regularly $225)
Reuters via Insurance Journal
U.S. taxpayers will fork over $660 billion this year to subsidize health insurance for people under 65, the vast majority of whom have coverage through their employers, the Congressional Budget Office said. In its most comprehensive report on the cost of subsidized health coverage, a potential target for deficit reduction, CBO said the 2016 tax bill equals 3.6 percent of gross domestic product and includes the federal tax exclusion for employer-sponsored insurance, Medicaid programs for the poor and tax credits available to lower-income Americans through the health care law known as Obamacare.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued a notice delaying the estate basis reporting due date from March 31 until June 30.
Notice 2016-27 provides that statements required under section 6035, regarding the basis of property distributed from the estate of a decedent, need not be filed or furnished until June 30 rather than the current March 31 deadline.
New guidance issued by the Financial Accounting Standards Board March 14 resolves diversity in practice related to assessing embedded contingent call or put options in debt instruments.
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As tax season ramps up, a new survey shows that some Americans would rather scrub the toilets at Chipotle than hand over a portion of their salary to the Internal Revenue Service.
WalletHub conducted a nationwide survey of 1,000 taxpayers, asking respondents to comment on everything from their opinion on tax collectors to which presidential candidate has the best tax plan.
A group of about 50 New York state millionaires, according to the Associated Press, have sent an open letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and "legislative leaders" supporting higher taxes for the wealthy to fund programs to address income inequality and infrastructure investment.
There are lots of ways to talk about inequality in the U.S., but one good measure is university endowments. While many public schools are straining from years of budget cuts, elite American institutions are stockpiling incredible amounts of cash.
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