Are Capital Gains Taxes Going to Rise?

Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge appeared on CNBC’s “Street Signs” on July 8, 2010 to debate whether the capital gains tax rate’s possible increase from 15% to 20% would be too high. With the new 3.8% investment tax on high-income earners that was part of health care reform, the rate would be 23.8%.

How Expiration of Bush Tax Cuts Affects Typical Families

The Tax Foundation’s research on the pending expiration of the Bush tax cuts was highlighted on CNBC’s “Street Signs” on July 6, 2010. As part of a series answering frequently asked questions about the Bush tax cuts, the Tax Foundation examined how the tax liabilities of typical families would be affected under three scenarios: if […]

“Paying For” the Bush Tax Cuts

Tax Foundation President Scott Hodge appeared on Fox News Channel’s “Your World with Neil Cavuto” July 6, 2010 to discuss the pending expiration of the Bush tax cuts and calls from some members of Congress to let them expire unless they’re “paid for.”

Where does the money go?

The Wisconsin Lottery has generated over $9 billion in total revenue since 1988. This video shows the breakdown of where the money goes. Wisconsin Lottery website: http://www.wilottery.com/

Special Agent

A special agent has one of the most exciting jobs at the IRS, joining in multi-agency task forces and presidential campaign protective assignments.