If you still haven’t gotten around to doing your taxes, you’ve got a big advantage over the early birds: $10 in additional savings on H&R Block tax filing software, courtesy of Amazon.
If you still haven’t gotten around to doing your taxes, you’ve got a big advantage over the early birds: Huge discounts on H&R Block tax filing software, courtesy of Amazon.
Tax forms are finally starting to roll out, but before you go out and pay full price for filing software, be sure to check out Amazon’s TurboTax discounts.
I know the year isn’t over, and nobody wants to think about dealing with taxes yet, but today only, Amazon’s taking at least 50% off downloads and discs of H&R Block’s tax prep software.
As an Airbnb host, Lyft driver, or anyone else who earns money from the sharing economy, you’ve probably had tax questions at some point. The IRS now has a site dedicated to answering those questions.
In the U.S., the tax filing deadline is a little more than a week away. If you’re one of those people who waits until the last minute, here’s how your car might figure into that.
Circuit of the Americas was given an unpleasant surprise last year when state of Texas cut its contribution to the United States Grand Prix’s sanctioning fees by $5.5 million. Fortunately for COTA, the Austin American-Statesman reports that a recalculation in the value of the venue itself may save the track millions…
I was at a luxury car dealer and they clearly gave me a low-ball offer on my trade. When I told them that I would rather sell it privately, they said “Well, if you do that you will have to pay thousands of dollars in income tax.” This sounds fishy to me, can the IRS tax you on a private sale?
Today, April 15th, is Tax Day. And you think this is a problem for you, because you are ever-so-slightly disorganized. But today should be the one day you thank the Lord On High that you are not also a NASCAR driver, because doing a NASCAR driver’s taxes is a pit of the deepest, darkest, hottest hellfire. UPDATE
America's roads and infrastructure are partially funded by gasoline taxes. So what happens when electric vehicles are adopted en masse? According to research out of Carnegie Melon University, a loss of nearly a billion dollars in tax revenue in less than a decade.
If you still haven't settled up with Uncle Sam, Amazon's offering terrific prices on H&R Block Tax Software, today only. Prices start at just $17 for the Deluxe edition (compared to $45 when purchased directly from H&R Block's website), and stretch up to $37 for Premium & Business (compared to $80).
If there's one thing federal taxpayers love, it's the misappropriation of their funds. That's why nothing should warm the hearts of federal taxpayers nationwide than hearing that federal transportation grants are funding $1 million bus stops in Arlington, VA.
Impossible-to-spell-correctly-on-the-first-try supercar maker Koenigsegg recently made a one-off version of their Agera supercar for a Chinese customer. Named after a delicious sandwich, the Agera R BLT allegedly cost the owner nearly $5 million.
London Mayor Boris Johnson says President Barack Obama's motorcade has to pay the city's $16-per-vehicle congestion tax for every trip in the city. Clearly a ploy by the crafty socialist to give Obama some credibility with the Tea Party patriots.
The streets of New Delhi, India, have more than their share of traffic from vehicles of all kinds. New to the list: more than 40 Porsches, Aston Martins and other luxury cars abandoned by owners worried about tax evasion charges.
A draft of a transportation bill written by the Obama administration sets out a plan for taxing drivers for every mile they drive. The idea has backers in Congress who say fuel taxes won't keep paying for roads much longer. It won't work. But here's a plan that will. Update!
A Nebraska car collector has been charged with avoiding sales taxes on 150 vehicles in his private collection. Nebraska State Troopers say Mark Pieloch, 52, will turn himself in on one felony charge of tax evasion. [ConcoursBlog.com]
The U.S. Department of Treasury today announced a tax deduction for the purchase of new motor vehicles is available in states that don't have a sales tax. The deduction's limited to fees or taxes paid up to $49,500.
Yet another round of the official car pundit drinking game today at 2:20 pm (EST) as our very own Wert wrestles with the topic of taxing them big-ass sport utility vehicles on CNBC. While it may not be as much fun as what Siler is wrestling with, we get to watch the destruction live. Do you think taxing SUVs is the…