And Now, a Brief Word From the IRS

The Freedom From Religion Foundation (FFRF), an atheist activist non-profit, has a history of advocating for church-state separatism. Most recently, in November, the group sued the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in an effort

An Arizona political non-profit that spent millions in 2012 supporting Republicans and opposing President Obama told the IRS in September that it would not spend money to influence elections, according to documents

The massive $2,000-per-full-time-employee penalty will not apply so long as employers offer coverage to at least 95 percent of their full-time employees and their dependents up to age 26, the IRS said. By Jerry Geisel; Published: January 2, 2013

The Internal Revenue Service issued a brief statement on Wednesday, updating on its preparations for the 2013 tax-filing season as well as issuance of 2013 withholding tables. Both are being disrupted by the lengthy delay in congressional action on the

A few months ago I predicted here that Obamacare would result in a “great chase,” by which I meant that smaller employers would react to the health insurance mandate by reducing staffing to under 50 full time employees to escape the requirement. This

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