The loophole in the carried-interest loophole is closed, for now.
New York’s impenetrable tax code claims another victim.
RenTech’s IRA cleverness is coming back to bite.
Somehow, a $75K tax lien is not even close to the most disqualifying thing about Moore's nomination.
Will AOC bring the salary cap to baseball?
Joshua Rosner, who advises John Paulson and Paul Singer, is telling the IRS that he has a "financial disability."
Can anything Bartolo Colón does at age 45 really qualify as a sport?
Not that the Big Guy has to sweat such things like J.P. does.
The Beez plays by his own rules.
J-Paulz $1 billion tax bill for 2017 proves that tax planning is even worse than his investing.
You can't just jealously resent the world's richest man into oblivion.
And that is: “You can do whatever you want.”
Get ready to spend your real Christmas bonus on your new house in Boca.
After all the mediocrity, Chicago sports fans might just fall for this con.
"Steve and Gary's Excellent Adventure" has produced some predictable results.
The NFL is perhaps too comfortable with its dominance, and pro athletes are getting killed on those taxes.