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  • Scott Stapp
    'Creed' lead singer, Scott Stapp, allegedly threatened to kill Obama
    The lead singer of the Christian rock band "Creed," Scott Stapp, found himself back in the headlines after he recently released a video on Facebook detailing his fall from grace over the years. After review, Stapp was placed on 72-hour...
  • U.S. Government avoids shutdown, approves $1.1 trillion budget
    U.S. Government avoids shutdown, approves $1.1 trillion budget
    It looks like the Federal government will continue to operate like normal at least through September, 2015, according to an MSN article published December 10, 2014.The agreement/compromise reached by Congress approves $1.1 trillion in spending and...
  • IRS
    Lois Lerner's 30,000 lost emails have been found
    The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration informed congressional staffers this past Friday that Lois Lerner emails have been found. An Internal Revenue Service watchdog group has located approximately 30,000 emails belonging to Lerner,...
  • IRS emails: Lois Lerner emails discovered? News on IRS scandal and angry politicians
    IRS emails: 30,000 lost Lois Lerner emails found? IRS scandal, conservative ire
    Have lost IRS emails been recovered by a federal investigative team this week? Although it was stated that a massive number of Lois Lerner’s personal and professional emails had become unrecoverable, Fox News reported this Saturday, November...
  • No IRS
    The weaponization of Government series: Taxation
    One of the most effective weapons in the government arsenal of tyranny and oppression is taxation. It is a weapon of mass destruction of freedoms and an endless supply of ammunition courtesy of us the tax payers. They have created the ultimate...
  • Former Internal Revenue Service official Lois Lerner
    'Missing' Lois Lerner emails found after all by IRS investigators
    When congressional investigators demanded that the IRS turn over emails sent by Lois Lerner during the time that she was conducting harassment of tea party and conservative groups, the tax agency claimed that the emails were forever missing as...
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    Don't go it alone when you fight any tax dispute
    A taxpayer has the right to appeal IRS collection actions to the IRS Office of Appeals. That said, a client must realize such appeals should never be taken without the full support of a tax resolution professional.Although self-representation is...
  • Estimate your tax refund
    How to estimate your IRS tax refund for 2014, 2015
    When it comes time to file your taxes you probably go into stress mode. However, if you are expecting to receive a tax refund it is a good idea to know how much money you can expect to receive.By using a tax refund estimator, you will have an...
  • Mitch McConnell
    Congress' to-do list: Major unsolved scandals top the list for new U.S. Congress
    Now that the Republican Party will be in control of the Senate as well as the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., Americans are asserting that Congress now takes a look at the nation’s to-do list. The list could just as easily be...
  • IRS mismanages IT assets, misusing taxpayer dollars
    IRS mismanages IT assets, misusing taxpayer dollars
    Despite having a $1.8 billion dollar budget, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) under the Obama administration, has mismanaged taxpayer dollars, the federal tax agency does not effectively keep track of the software it purchases and buys more...
  • Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (R) campaigns with U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) at Nashua Community College November 2, 2014
    'Smoking gun' memo links Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in IRS targeting scandal
    The Daily Caller reported Monday that IRS memos have surfaced hours before the polls open that implicate Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in the IRS targeting scandal. The memos suggest that Shaheen was involved in the IRS operation that targeted conservative...
  • IRS seizes Americans' money without charging them with a crime
    IRS seizes Americans' money without charging them with a crime
    In August 2013, the Internal Revenue Service used civil forfeiture to seize the entire bank account—totaling nearly $33,000—of Carole Hinders, the owner of Mrs. Lady’s Mexican CafĂ©, a popular restaurant near Spirit Lake, Iowa. In...
  • IRS
    2015 pension plan limitations announced
    Now that the IRS has announced defined benefit and defined contribution limitations for 2015, Human Resources (HR) will start the year-end scramble to complete all of the behind the scenes work that must be done in order to roll out the changes...
  • True the Vote
    Tyranny replaces justice in court dismissal of True the Votes’ suit
    Yesterday October 23, 2014 a federal judge dismissed the suit file By True the Vote against the I.R.S.His rational or more accurately irrational explanation was, that grounds for suit no longer existed since True the Vote got what they simply set...
  • Judge dismisses IRS lawsuit: Tax exempt scandal, case comes to an end
    Judge dismisses IRS lawsuit: Tax exempt scandal, True the Vote's claim is 'moot'
    A judge dismisses an IRS lawsuit filed by True the Vote on account of the IRS opting to sanction tax-exempt status for the organization in question. Although the governmental agency was being targeted over an ongoing tax exemption scandal, Judge...