Beverly Goodman of SmartMoney magazine talks about what your rights are in the event of a tax audit.
The emergence of the 1960's counterculture.
Brian Williams with highlights from rare interviews with John F. Kennedy from the NBC News archives.
Tim Geithner, President Barack Obama's pick for Treasury Secretary, answers more questions about his failure to pay some back taxes during his Senate confirmation hearings.
An explaination the Stamp Act, a British tax on all printed material, from marriage licenses to playing cards, that infuriates early American colonists.
Billionaire Warren Buffett speaks with NBC's Tom Brokaw about the taxation system, claiming it unfairly favors the rich.
John Zaccaro's real estate deals and tax problems may cause trouble for Geraldine Ferrarro's vice presidential campaign.
The tragic death of Robert F. Kennedy, as covered by NBC News.
Waiting for President Kennedy's complete inaugural address and ceremony to get underway, Huntley & Brinkley broadcast bits of the day's news -- including, Castro's executions and an approaching east coast snow storm.
In 1982, Economist Milton Friedman says the United States has been plagued by erratic ups and downs in monetary growth and the economy. Friedman is in favor of cutting the personal income tax rate in order to raise more revenue.
Filing income taxes becomes more complicated as the number and complexity of tax forms increases.
Charitable contributions can increase a taxpayer's return, but to avoid an IRS audit it must be done correctly.
This 1966 political ad, paid for by Reagan for Governor Committee, features Ronald Reagan promising to cut taxes if he's elected governor of California.
Reagan takes office as U.S. hostages are freed from Iran.
Walter Mondale decides to "tell it like it is" at the Democratic Convention in San Francisco, and says both he and Ronald Reagan would raise taxes as president.
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