The IRS is hiring more people, and seeking to share enforcement duties with state and local police departments. But a former senior IRS advisor is saying the IRS is “fighting a very difficult battle where the deck is stacked against them.”Read more »
"Urged on by promoters of a tax boycott, fully 85 percent of Irish homeowners have yet to pay a $130 property tax that is due March 31."Read more »
If you flush it....we will tax you....even if you have a septic system.Read more »
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An illiterate, widowed 89-year-old man is fighting the city to stay in the home he once owned and where he raised his eight children.
The city foreclosed over a $632 delinquent tax bill.Read more »
As of June 1, 2011, the State of Maryland has passed a law, which was passed as part of the Budget Reconciliation and Financing Act of 2011, that effectively exposes the mindset of government, wherein no individual is entitled to have; personal liberty, equal protection, due process of law, or individual ownership of property. This law states that if the State government determines...Read more »
Kathy’s General Store on the Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation reservation was closed Tuesday by Kansas Department of Revenue agents after they seized its assets for nonpayment of more than $1.7 million of state retail sales taxes.Read more »
FULLERTON (CBS) — An Orange County Superior Court judge was removed from office Wednesday by a state oversight panel for helping friends and relatives get out of traffic tickets for minimal costs. In most of the cases, Stanford arranged to have most fees and fines waived for relatives and friends who received tickets, except for a $51 traffic school fee, in exchange for guilty pleas and referral to traffic school, according to the commission’s complaint. During a disciplinary hearing in July of last year, Stanford’s attorney, Paul S.Read more »
A team of researchers at the University of California at San Francisco say sugar should be identified alongside alcohol and tobacco as a health danger, and governments should tax sweetened drinks and food as part of their efforts to combat it.
Best Quote: "We're not talking prohibition, we're not advocating a major imposition of the government into people's lives. We're talking about gentle ways to make sugar consumption slightly less convenient"Read more »
Presidential candidate Ron Paul slammed taxes on tips in an op-ed for the Las Vegas Sun Tuesday. Congressman Paul’s op-ed against taxes on tips is likely to win the hearts and minds of younger voters, many of whom may be waiters or waitresses at restaurants or bars across the nation.
link to the op-ed:http://www.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/jan/31/ron-paul-end-tax-tips-nevada/
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