Because they're in the market.
Just don't tell Doug Shulman.
Thomas Sitzler swears that he didn't mean any harm, can't even make a bomb, and this is all came about due to a little liquid courage.
Wouldn’t life be sweet if our bosses gave us more money when we failed? Gee, I wouldn’t have hit on the client’s daughter at that bar if only you paid me better...
Earlier this week, National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson gave her annual report to Congress. It's always a hoot as Ms. Olson's job is pretty much to tell the IRS why they suck.
If your creepy uncle, known for bad behavior with underaged girlfriends, bought an ice cream truck, you’d not trust him to limit himself to selling ice cream.
Doug Shulman believes in third chances:
Your efforts to keep the increase in the tax gap under $100 billion is greatly appreciated.
How do we know? Well for starters, the number audited tax returns with income over $1 million went up by nearly 50% last year.
You've probably heard by now that escaped mental patient Michele Bachmann has suspended her campaign for president.