Nevada's First Recreational Marijuana Sales Generate $500,000 In Tax RevenueNevada's first four days of legal recreational marijuana sales produced $3 million in sales revenue and about $500,000 in tax revenue, according to the Nevada Dispensary Association.
Bill To Prohibit Bans & Taxes On Plastic Bags Goes To GovernorGovernor Wolf opposes the bill but will make a final decision about whether to sign or veto it.
Ex-Sergeant Pleads Guilty In False Tax Returns CaseA former U.S. Army sergeant has pleaded guilty to using hacked information from four University of Pittsburgh Medical Center employees to file false tax returns seeking IRS refunds.
President Trump's Team Unveils Tax Reform ProposalPresident Donald Trump proposed dramatic cuts in corporate and personal taxes Wednesday.
Rep. Murphy Thinks President Trump's Tax Plan Is Off To A Good StartPresident Trump has a plan he says will stimulate job growth. He wants to slash the corporate tax rate from 35-to-15 percent and create more deductions for individuals.
Expert Offers Tax Deadline Day TipsThere are many reasons people put off that trip to the Post Office with their tax returns until the last minute.
Pa. Attorney General Warns Against Tax Season ScamsWith tax day just a couple weeks away, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro says scam artists are on the increase in Pennsylvania.
7 Unusual Tax Deductions You May Qualify ForThese seven strange and arcade deductions might help you lower your tax burden this year.
White House Says Trump Paid $38M In Taxes, Made $150M In '05The White House said Tuesday that President Donald Trump made more than $150 million in income in 2005 and paid $38 million in income taxes that year.
Monessen Residents Voice Concerns To School Board Over Rumored Tax HikeIt was a packed house Monday night in Monessen at a School Board meeting.
Some Taxpayers May Experience A Delay In Getting Tax RefundsMonday, Jan. 23, is the first day that the Internal Revenue Service begins to process those tax returns due from all of us on April 15.
Owner Of Former Penguins Practice Site Going To Prison In Tax CaseA tax attorney who owned a practice rink formerly used by the Pittsburgh Penguins must spend four years in prison for not paying more than $790,000 in federal payroll taxes he withheld from employee wages.

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