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OPSHOT - A lit sign is seen at the entrance to Facebook's corporate headquarters location in Menlo Park, California on March 21, 2018. Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg vowed on March 21 to "step up" to fix problems at the social media giant, as it fights a snowballing scandal over the hijacking of personal data from millions of its users.s)

Facebook pulled in over $420 million from sales in Australia in 2018, but paid roughly 2% of that in taxes

Facebook has previously been in hot water with Australia's tax authority and was ordered to pay $21.8 million in 2017 following an audit.

Tax returns show many 2020 Democrats have one financial habit in common

In 2016, Beto O'Rourke and his wife donated just over 0.002% of their income to charity.

Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and the IRS blew through another deadline to turn over Trump’s tax returns

"No one cares about ridiculous charges about tax returns and all types of other things that Democrats are doubling down on today," Hogan Gidley said.
No matter a person's income, 15% of their Social Security benefit is tax-free.

The government can tax up to 85% of your Social Security. Here’s how to find out exactly how much

Up to 85% of Social Security benefits are taxed, but how much depends on the person's total earnings. Here's how to calculate the tax.

The GOP tax cuts could help Trump get reelected in 2020, even though most Americans hate them

"I think if you look at all the sentiment measures that matter, they're through the roof," President Donald Trump's adviser Kevin Hassett said.

Top White House economist says Zillow estimates suggest Trump’s tax overhaul hasn’t affected housing prices

White House economic adviser Kevin Hassett said Tuesday he hasn't seen any evidence the GOP tax reform passed in 2017 has impacted housing prices.

Bernie Sanders says it’s a ‘disgrace’ that Amazon and Netflix pay nothing under Trump’s tax bill

Bernie Sanders, the Democratic presidential candidate, released his own tax returns going back 10 years on the same day.

The House passed a bill that could bar the IRS from creating a ‘free’ tax-preparation software like TurboTax — here’s what it ...

The bill won't change much of the filing system, but it could prevent the IRS from making things easier for American taxpayers.
Reps. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) and Kevin Brady (R-Texas).

The House passed a bill banning the government from creating ‘free’ tax-preparation software like TurboTax, forever

Many of the bill's supporters have benefitted from campaign donations from for-profit tax-preparation companies.