Tax Deadline Is Today
Today is the deadline to file your federal along with your New York State income tax returns and New York is extending the hours for its tax filing information call center.
Bizarro Back Issues: The Flash In ‘Death And Taxes’ (1991)
A few years back, when there was first talk about a TV show based on The Flash, I remember hearing people say that the character could get a stronger foothold with the American public in a time when shows like CSI were so popular. The argument was that people would have an easier time getting their heads around the idea that Barry Allen was a police scientist, and that blew my mind. I mean, is the day job really the thing that people should be interested in when they're watching The Flash? Isn't the part where he can run super-fast and fight guys with ice guns the more important part of that whole franchise? Besides, I think we can all agree that it was way better back in 1991, when the Flash worked for the IRS as the world's first superhero taxman.
July State Tax Collection Comes in Below Expected
Tax collections were $18 million below updated projections during July, but receipts since the start of the fiscal year were 13.3 percent higher than last year because of strong personal income tax (PIT) receipts in April. The July cash report released by New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli also found July tax collections were 5.2 percent higher than last year, largely from an additional
New York Families to Get Premium Tax Credits in 2014
A report released Tuesday says that in 2014 approximately 1.5 million New Yorkers will be eligible for premium tax credits that will help them pay for health coverage. According to the report by Families USA, a national health consumer organization, most of those eligible for the premium tax credits will be in working families and have incomes between, $47,100 and $94,200 for a family of four. Rea

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