Is sleeping in one’s office a taxable fringe benefit? What if the perpetrator could change the law in the morning?
Most don’t cheat on taxes
87% of respondents to an IRS Oversight survey said they don’t think it’s OK to cheat on taxes. In other news, 13% of survey respondents were later audited.
Flattening business taxes
The corporate tax burden is not shared equally across industries: lobbyists have gotten the effective rates for some kinds of businesses lowered through targeted breaks.
Is there a way out of loopholes?
We blame sophisticated taxpayers for taking advantage of loopholes, but what about the people who put them there in the first place?