romney tax returns

Mitt Romney appears to benefit from his own brand of off-shore citizenship. We need the full decade of documents, because a person's tax record with the government reveals much about his or her commitment to the state.
What matters more? What Romney said, or what Obama didn't?
If Mitt Romney is looking for a loophole to close to help pay for his tax plan, he might want to look at one that helped
It looks highly suspicious to disclose returns from 2007, 2008, 2010, and 2011, but not 2009. The American public would ask in an instant: What are you hiding?
If Romney paid his lowest rates in a number of the higher income years, the overall 20 percent figure would overstate the
Luckily for Romney, after the election he can recoup that money. If the American people reject him at the polls in November
In Friday's release, Romney's longtime physician says his heart is healthy, and he takes a baby aspirin and cholesterol medicine
Below, a look at the disclosure made by the presidential candidate. On Friday afternoon, Mitt Romney released his tax returns
WASHINGTON -- Mitt Romney paid an effective tax rate of 14.1 percent in 2011, according to a tax return filed on Friday, a
"This week we learned that Mitt Romney only wants to be president of half of the United States," Reid said on Wednesday. "He'll
As part of its vetting, the Romney campaign required at least some of the candidates on the short list--including the eventual
"Never in modern American history has a presidential candidate tried so hard to hide himself from the people he hopes to
On the other side of the aisle, Mitt and Ann Romney gave more than $7 million to charity in 2010 and 2011, about 16.4 percent
Whether these expenses rightly apply to the pool of money taxed at 35 percent can only be determined by accessing the tax
The group wrote in a letter to the ethics office that the review is warranted because of concerns that Romney's disclosures
Rather than a distraction, Romney's 13 percent provides a clear view into the character of the man and the issues at the heart of the election -- the future of America's economy and social well being.
But if Bain used improper tax-avoidance techniques, the Romneys would be required to amend their returns regardless of the
"I personally -- if I were designing the tax code -- would have a tax code in which Mitt Romney paid more than 13 percent