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  • Lois Lerner was eager to audit Senator Grassley (R-IA)
    Lois Lerner was eager to audit Senator Grassley (R-IA)
    The IRS scandal takes on a more sinister look by the day. Wednesday it was reported that Lois Lerner, the center of the IRS tea party-targeting scandal, suggested referring Iowa Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley for a possible audit.Her email...
  • Tax debt
    Surviving an audit: wall and associates explores the problem
    Tax debt resolution specialists like Wall and Associates are busy year round. Clients need understanding and professional guidance about countless tax-related matters. One of the most pressing matters that requires a taxpayer’s attention is...
  • How to reduce your audit risk
    How to reduce your chance of an IRS audit in 2014
    There is no way to be 100% sure that you are not going to be audited. However, there are ways that you can lower your chance of being audited. Today, we are going to share some audit protection tips that will help ease your mind about the IRS...
  • IRS
    Report: 100 percent of 501(c)(4) groups audited by IRS were conservative
    It seems the IRS has been doing much more than just targeting conservative groups seeking a tax-exempt status. According to a report published Tuesday at the Wall Street Journal, 100 percent of 501(c)(4) groups audited by the IRS were established...
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    Baltimore camera audit: Colossal speed camera error, 70,000 tickets may be wrong
    A Baltimore camera audit has revealed a colossal speed camera error this week, one that may have resulted in over 70,000 tickets being wrongly charged to drivers in 2012 alone. A new report acquired by the Baltimore Sun reveals that a number of...
  • Jim Nobles to DFL: we're auditing MNsure
    Jim Nobles to DFL: we're auditing MNsure
    Considering the fact that the DFL, especially Rep. Joe Atkins, have been spreading happy talk about MNsure, the last thing the DFL wants todeal with an independent, top-to-bottom audit. Minnesota's Legislative Auditor, Jim Nobles, however, has...
  • Cancer patient
    Report: Cancer patient critical of Obamacare targeted by IRS for audit
    Bill Elliott, a cancer patient who told Fox News' Megyn Kelly his insurance was canceled because of Obamacare, now says he is the target of an IRS audit, The Blaze reported Friday. A health insurance broker who helped Elliot keep his insurance...
  • Sir Richard Branson arrives in Edinburgh Airport wearing a Harris Tweed Kilt on April 8, 2013 in Edinburgh, Scotland.
    Will your company's non-compete pass the test?
    Non-compete agreements have traditionally been a trusted business tool to help companies protect proprietary information central to their business. However, the proliferation of these agreements in the past decade or so has caused them to lose...
  • Payroll department audit
    Audit shows big problems for Richmond Public Schools
    As if the Richmond School Board doesn't have enough problems to worry about, on Monday afternoon they will be receiving the first of several audits requested by the board soon after they took office in January, and the news will not be good.A...
  • Binary code
    IRS fails at software license management
    The Internal Revenue Service is not adequately performing software license management and is not adhering to Federal requirements and industry best practices for software used on desktop and laptop computers, according to a new audit report...
  • Tea Party group announces 'Audit the IRS' march in D.C.
    Tea Party group announces 'Audit the IRS' march in D.C.
    Announced on Wednesday through email to their supporters, the national TeaParty.org organization, who was heavily scrutinized among other conservative groups and individuals by the IRS during the 2012 presidential election, that a massive and...
  • Why the IRS would want to audit you
    Why the IRS would want to audit you
    Have you heard about people being audited by the IRS? If so, here are five reasons why those audits may have taken place.Improperly reporting incomeIt is wrong for a person to not report all of their income. There are multiple stories of people...
  • Christy Romero
    Federal audit rips ‘backdoor bailout’ for banks
    WASHINGTON – The Treasury Department opened the vault for banks to pay off their federal bailouts and boost executive salaries with funds that had been targeted for small-business loans, a new report charges.Banks used $2.1 billion from a...
  • Senator Chuck Grassley
    Department of Defense is the only federal agency that cannot pass the test
    On November 14, 2012 Senator Chuck Grassley of Ohio revealed that the Department of Defense has problems with regard to it's inspector general's audit capabilities.“As my friend from Oklahoma, Senator Coburn, knows all too well,...
  • Tax
    IRS audits to focus on worker misclassification
    Working with a contractor to perform a service, as opposed to hiring an employee to perform that service, saves money on employment taxes and payroll processing. However, the IRS defines contractors and employees differently and they are making...