Brace Your Business for Disaster Scams

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Few things in life are certain, but when disaster strikes, the number of fraud incidents will probably skyrocket. In the wake of a hurricane, tornado, flood, fire, earthquake or other unexpected catastrophe, fraudulent operators are always quick to surface. Often,…

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How to Tackle Key Financial Issues as You Face Retirement

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The Baby Boomer generation reached its peak in 1957 at an annual birth rate of about 4.3 million people. It’s hard to believe that these Baby Boomers will turn 59 years old in 2016. An important rite of passage that…

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IRS Files Tax Lien Against Business Owned By Politician

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The Arkansas state senator owes $111,000 in unpaid payroll and employment taxes. The Internal Revenue Service has filed a tax lien against a company owned by Arkansas state Sen. Jake Files. The U.S. government alleges that the business owes $111,000…

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Tax Tip for February 1st: File Early & Avoid Identity Theft

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File early to avoid tax identity theft If you’re like many Americans, you may not start thinking about filing your tax return until the April 15 deadline (this year, April 18) is just a few weeks — or perhaps even…

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Download This Month’s Issue of the Taxing Times

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Featured This Month: Melissa Gilbert Owes the IRS $360,000 Short Sales Expert Faces Decades in Prison Vermont Woman Charged with Fraud & False Return Download it HERE

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What the Taxpayer Bill of Rights Means for You

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As we mentioned last week, the IRS recently validated the taxpayer’s bill of rights which offers clear protections & insurance for all tax payers. So what does this mean in a practical sense? Here’s a brief recap from the IRS…

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IRS Accepts & Establishes Taxpayer Bill Of Rights

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Recently the National Taxpayer Alliance announced that as of June 10th, 2014, the IRS has adopted its suggestions to help establish rules to better protect & represent the rights tax payers. These rights include: The Right to Be Informed Taxpayers…

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CREATOR OF BEANIE BABIES HID MONEY IN SWISS ACCOUNT

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He was a college dropout who created the Beanie Babies collectibles. And he became a billionaire. Now, Ty Warner’s fortunes have changes. In a Chicago federal court, Warner pleaded guilty to tax evasion by hiding millions in a Swiss bank…

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Munoz CPA Awarded Top Practitioner ASTPS

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Tampa, Florida Gilbert J. Munoz, CPA IS AWARDED TOP PRACTITIONER BY THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF TAX PROBLEM SOLVERS Gilbert J Munoz CPA, of Tampa, Florida attended the American Society of Tax Problem Solver’s (ASTPS) 2013 Advanced Seminar in IRS Tax…

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SINGER MARY J. BLIGE OWES $3.4 MILLION

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The Grammy Award-winning singer is trying to resolve her whopper of a tax bill. Mary J. Blige, the nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer, owes $3.4 million in back taxes. That’s in addition to about $900,000 that Blige owes in taxes to…

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