IRS Giving Taxpayers Extra Day To File After Website IssuesAmericans are getting an extra day to file their taxes after key elements of the IRS website crashed on deadline day.
Pittsburgh Unveils New Tool To Let Taxpayers Determine City Spending PrioritiesThe City of Pittsburgh has a new tool called "Balancing Act" to show you where your tax dollars are going.
IRS 'Direct Pay' Option Not Working On Tax DayRight now the Direct Pay section of the Internal Revenue Service's web site is not working.
This Is What Pennsylvania Taxpayers Are Most Worried About This Tax SeasonFind out what people in your area are excited about and scared about this tax season.
Odds Of Being Audited By IRS Lowest In 15 Years, Report SaysAudits have fallen for the sixth straight year with only 0.62 percent of taxpayers being examined by the IRS in 2017.
Many Bitcoin, Cryptocurrency Owners Not Reporting Holdings On Their Taxes, Report SaysAccording to Credit Karma, less than 100 people out of 250,000 who have filed their 2017 taxes through the company have reported buying cryptocurrency.
Some Homeowners Being Turned Away From Trying To Pay Taxes EarlyIt's normal for people to wait until the last minute to pay a bill, but after President Trump recently changed the tax laws, some homeowners are now scrambling to pay their property taxes early.
Ohio Offers Amnesty Period For Settling Unreported Tax DebtsOhio taxpayers with unreported or underreported tax debts will get a six-week amnesty period.
GOP Hopeful Paul Mango: 'We Are Not Growing The Pennsylvania Economy'Paul Mango says he has what it takes to replace Gov. Tom Wolf.
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.

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