Taxes: 10 Ways to Cheat Like a Pro

Before bowing out as nominee for health czar, Thomas A. Daschle explained as best he could how he managed to overlook $340,000 of income on his 2005 through 2007 tax returns. His reason: The income (some cash and a lot of chauffeuring) didn't show up on his 1099s. These are the forms self-employed people such as influence peddlers receive instead of W-2 wage statements. The former Senate majority leader seems to have something in common with his fellow citizens -- or at least those who...Full Story
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