Q&A: How new law, gov’t shutdown can impact tax season
Tax season is almost here and this one could be tricky. It's the first year that taxpayers will be filing under the massive tax law overhaul pushed through by the Trump administration. And a month-long partial shutdown of the federal government threatens to complicate things further for some. Tax filing officially opens ...
The Virtuous Official who Prayed on His Knees to Stop a Flood
In the eighth year of the Shunzhi era (1651 AD), under the Qing Dynasty, Luo Zhonglin was promoted to lead the Province of Changzhou, today’s Jiangsu Province. Luo gained widespread respect for his unyielding morality, and for the acknowledgement of his virtuous responsibility. Ending Bribery in the time of Taxation A number of ...
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