Top 9 Biggest Tax Scams of 2013
In 2013, the IRS mailed out fraudulent tax refunds worth $3.6 billion, and these nine were among the worst tax defrauders.
God and the Advisor: Navigating Faith and Finance
Advisors typically steer clear of religion, but some are paying closer attention to faith-based investing.
Romney’s Approach to Nonprofits a Sharp Contrast From Obama’s, Report Says
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has had a very active personal involvement with charitable giving and the nonprofit world. But in many ways, his positions contrast sharply with those of President Obama.
Witnesses to Senators: Charitable Deduction Must Be Preserved
A host of witnesses told the Senate Committee on Finance on Tuesday that reducing or eliminating the tax deduction for charitable contributions would be a mistake that would harm ability of philanthropic groups to provide services to those most in need.