Mozilla last week announced that revenue in 2016 exceeded $500 million, the first time it broke the half-billion-dollar bar, while development costs climbed 6% as the organization worked up Firefox Quantum, the revamped browser it shipped in November.The bulk of the $520 million … [Read more...] about Mozilla’s record 2016 revenue funded its Firefox Quantum browser
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Welcome back to tax season, I’m Jeff Battersby and I’ll be your guide for all things related to filing your taxes online. This year we’re going to look at the usual suspects, TurboTax and H&R Block. We’ll also look at TaxAct Online (last year’s … [Read more...] about H&R Block, TaxAct, TaxSlayer, and TurboTax: Which tax program is right for you?
Amazon, Overstock and similar companies may be facing new taxes in California. The golden state has passed a bill in the Assembly which will tax retail internet sales, and now the piece of legislation is on its way to the Senate.AB 155, which passed 47-16, is the doing of … [Read more...] about Online retail tax targeting Amazon passes in California Assembly
It’s no secret that some of America’s largest corporations engage in complicated accounting in order to minimize their taxes. However, materials released as part of a U.S. Senate subcommittee hearing last week revealed that technology companies like Apple, Cisco, … [Read more...] about How Microsoft and HP avoid corporate taxes
Despite a sharp difference of opinion among its members, the Advisory Commission on Electronic Commerce (ACEC) appears headed toward a long-term extension of the current moratorium on Internet taxation.Six companies with members on the commission are promoting a multi-year … [Read more...] about U.S. Commission Leans Toward Extending Internet Tax Ban