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The Internal Revenue Code (hereinafter "IRC") was organized in 1939 and reorganized in 1954 and 1986. The 1986 IRC (as amended) is the present body of federal taxation law. It is found in Title 26 of the United States Code. The IRC is divided into eleven subtitles (A-K) and further subdivided into chapters and subchapters. Subchapters often consist solely of certain tax aspects. Thus, partnership tax is in Subtitle A, Chapter 1, Subchapter K (Title 26 of U.S.C.), or individual income is in Subtitle A, Chapter 1, Subchater B. Other United States Code Sections Other titles of the U.S.C. may contain tax provisions (usually if ...
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Corporate America's Pile-O-Cash | www.bullfax.com
“The Federal Reserve recently reported that America’s 500 largest nonfinancial companies have accumulated an astonishing $1.8 trillion of cash on their balance sheets . . . And yet, most corporations are not spending this money on new plants, equipment, or workers . . . The key to a sustainable recovery and robust economic growth is to get companies to start investing in America. So why are they reluctant, despite having mounds of cash lying around?” Answers to Zakaria’s questions apparently came from “business leaders” who “wanted to stay off the record, for fear of offending people in ... market research, surveys and trends
San Francisco medical marijuana regs draw praise from pot ...
FILE - In this Oct. 19, 2009 file photo, a worker at the San Francisco Medical Cannabis Clinic prepares packets of marijuana buds for sale in San Francisco. Legalizing the recreational use of marijuana in California would sharply drive down prices for the drug, causing more people to use pot while possibly undercutting the tax windfall that supporters have touted, according to a study published Wednesday, July 7, 2010. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg, file) If you want to sell marijuana in San Francisco, you’re going to have to play by some new rules — and advocates for pot legalization couldn’t be happier about it. San ... market research, surveys and trends

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Immigrants in New York: Their Legal Status, Incomes, and Taxes
The research was supported by grants from the New York Community Trust, the Emma Lazarus Fund, the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, and the Heron Foundation. Additional support was provided by the Urban Institute's Program for Research on Immigration Policy, funded by The Ford Foundation and the Immigrant Policy Program funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. The nonpartisan Urban Institute publishes studies, reports, and books on timely topics worthy of public consideration. The views expressed are those of the authors, and should not be attributed to The Urban Institute, its trustees, or its funders. Introduction ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Companies, Activists Reject Taxes And Regulations Of Small ...
A new bill has been introduced in the House of Representatives to expand sales tax collection on the internet, leading business and anti-tax advocates to protest the measure vigorously. The proposal, which would result in as much as $23 billion in new taxes, is designed to help state and local governments close budget gaps. However, Tod Cohen, vice president for government relations and deputy general counsel at the online retailer eBay, has said that the measure would increase costs on small business operating online, eliminate jobs and further harm the already weak economy. "At a time when unemployment rates are high and small ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Tax incentives, the oil industry and us
Developing alternative sources of energy, alternative to oil that is, is a national priority, isn't it? So, why are we providing generous tax credits to the very industry from which we're allegedly trying to wean ourselves? Frankly, it seems to me like another case of tax credits gone awry or, to put it another way, tax incentives that have far outlived their usefulness. So, why do we still have them? The easy answer? Lobbying by the industry and its loyal friends in Congress who want it that way. Oil production is among the most heavily subsidized businesses in America, with breaks available at virtually every ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
RIAA: Lime Wire hid cash to avoid paying damages
Lime Wire founder Mark Gorton during the past decade made millions of dollars helping people share billions of pirated songs. Now, the big record labels claim in legal filings that Gorton has maneuvered to prevent the court from seizing his gains. In court papers last week, the Recording Industry Association of America once again asked the court to freeze Lime Wire's and Gorton's assets. The trade group for the four largest record companies alleged in a copyright complaint filed in 2006 that Gorton had for five years placed his assets in a trust that he, his wife, and two children control in an attempt to put the money ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Taxes, Regulations, and the Value of US and - Taxes, Regulations ...
tantly, there were changes in the legal and regulatory system that led to a dramatic ..... We now introduce taxes and regulations. Households pay taxes on ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Independent Contractor (Self-Employed) or Employee?
It is critical that you, the business owner, correctly determine whether the individuals providing services are employees or independent contractors. Generally, you must withhold income taxes, withhold and pay Social Security and Medicare taxes, and pay unemployment tax on wages paid to an employee. You do not generally have to withhold or pay any taxes on payments to independent contractors. If you are an independent contractor and hire or subcontract work to others, you will want to review the information in this section to determine whether individuals you hire are independent contractors (subcontractors) or employees. Before ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Research Guide for Federal Tax Law
The following guide describes the major federal income tax resources held by the University Library, accessible via LexisNexis Academic (http://library.csun.edu/restricted/lexis.scr), RIA Checkpoint (http://library.csun.edu/restricted/ria.scr), and/or via the Internet. Jump to: Federal tax statutes are codified in Title 26 of the United States Code, commonly referred to as the Internal Revenue code (IRC). The first IRC was passed in 1939, and later replaced by the IRC of 1954. It was subsequently amended by the Tax Reform Act of 1986. The current version is the IRC of 1986. United States ...
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How do I pay taxes when I work from home? - Home Business - Ask ...
I am a stay-at-home mom and I watch two other children during the day. I get paid about 1,000 a month cash. Do I need to pay taxes each month or just file taxes at the end of the year? And if I need to pay each month, how would I go about that? I live in Oregon. Asked by dani852000 Posted: Friday, November 21, 2008  |  Found in Home Business More answers by Nina Kaufman As a general rule, the IRS considers all income earned to be taxable (unless it falls under some kind of exception). Businesses generally need to pay estimated taxes quarterly, so you and your accountant need to work out a plan for taking care of ...