The Obama administration has quietly killed an IRS tax preparation program designed to help low-income and disadvantaged citizens, choosing instead to give millions of dollars to liberal groups for the same purpose.
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Get your billions back, America! (And give a bunch of it to H&R Block.)
Anyone who receives Obamacare subsidies could be in for a rude awakening this tax season.
In 2013, John Podesta was paid $87,000 by a shadowy foreign billionaire whose passion is preventing energy exploration on American land.
Why did the Internal Revenue Service hire the same company that ruined HealthCare.gov to build the Obamacare tax system? Congress wants answers.
UNDER REVIEW: Congress Looking Into Why IRS Has BIG MONEY Contract With Botched Healthcare.gov Company
Congress may conduct an investigation into the surprising report that the Internal Revenue Service awarded a $4.5 million IT contract to CGI Federal, the discredited designer of the botched Obamacare website, HealthCare.gov.
Seven months after federal officials fired CGI Federal for its botched work on Obamacare website Healthcare.gov, the IRS awarded the same company a $4.5 million IT contract for its new Obamacare tax program.
H&R Block, the nation's largest retail tax preparation company warns that the newly released Obamacare tax code, officially called the Affordable Care Act, is likely to confuse millions of taxpayers who try to tackle their tax returns for 2014.
This is the second in a Daily Caller investigative series. Read the first report here.
This is the first in a Daily Caller investigative series.
If you drive into the quiet Woodley Park section of Washington, D.C. today, you will find an area lined with elegant residential homes and embassies. Then you will come across a disconcerting scene. At one end of a street there is a large contingent of uniformed police. The street is blocked off with crime tape. Anchoring the area is a large Special Operations Division mobile command center that hums with activity. Marked and unmarked cars prowl the neighborhood.