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IRS Rehires 213 Employees Ousted for Falsifying Documents, Avoiding Taxes, Other Offenses

IRS Rehires 213 Employees Ousted for Falsifying Documents, Avoiding Taxes, Other Offenses

The Internal Revenue Service rehired 213 employees who ducked taxes, falsified documents, were convicted of theft, or made unauthorized use of taxpayer data, an inspector general’s report says. The Office of Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, which also first discovered the IRS’ targeting of conservative groups in 2013, examined the agency’s hiring from January […]

Defend, Delete, and Disconnect: Ways to Protect Yourself From Scammers

Defend, Delete, and Disconnect: Ways to Protect Yourself From Scammers

DEFEND your bank account and personal information.  DELETE suspicious texts and e-mails. DISCONNECT scammer phone calls. Moorpark Police are urging the public to remember the three D’s when contacted by would be scammers who are “Phishing ” for your information. Phishing is the attempt to obtain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card […]

It’s Nearly Impossible To Get Fired At The IRS For Tax Evasion

It’s Nearly Impossible To Get Fired At The IRS For Tax Evasion

More than 99 percent of the thousands of IRS employees investigated for violating federal tax laws in the last five years avoided termination and continued enforcing other Americans’ tax collections, according to an analysis by The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group. The IRS fired only 74 of 9,176 workers investigated for tax noncompliance from […]

Simi Valley Resident Stops Scam That Targeted Senior Citizen

Simi Valley Resident Stops Scam That Targeted Senior Citizen

The Simi Valley Police Department would like to advise the community of a computer scam that may be targeting senior citizens.  On January 19, 2017, Community Liaison Officers responded to a report of a possible scam in progress at a Target store in Simi Valley. During the investigation, the officers learned that Simi Valley resident, […]

Billionaire crony corporatist schemes

Billionaire crony corporatist schemes

By Paul Driessen Financing “green” companies and pressure groups, to get richer off taxpayers and consumers Shady cash from Vladimir Putin’s Russian energy oligarchs and other rich donors is being laundered through Bermuda-based lawyers and middlemen to “green” pressure groups, lobbyists and spinmeisters – to promote “green energy” schemes that bring billions of dollars from government […]

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

Federal Appeals Court rules that IRS still targeting conservative groups 

By Michael Hernandez WASHINGTON, D.C.—The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Friday in a 3-0 unanimous decision reversed a 2014 lower district court ruling that previously dismissed a lawsuit filed in 2013 against the Internal Revenue Service for targeting conservative groups. The appeals court found that the IRS had committed some “unconstitutional […]

IRS To Give Tax Breaks To Those Affected By CA Gas Leak

IRS To Give Tax Breaks To Those Affected By CA Gas Leak

The IRS announced it will provide tax relief for Southern Californians who were affected by a recent gas leak. The tax relief will allow affected residents to exclude payments received as reimbursement from the Southern California Gas Company from federal tax returns, cialis according to a Forbes article published Friday. The California gas company was […]

Report: IRS Spent $11 Million On Guns, Ammo In The Past Ten Years

Report: IRS Spent $11 Million On Guns, Ammo In The Past Ten Years

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) seems to be building an army. The IRS spent nearly $11 million on guns, try ammunition and “military-style equipment” between 2006 and 2014, pharm according to a new report. IRS investment in heavy firearms and tactical gear is a new trend for the agency, troche but it follows a pattern […]

House Votes To Stop IRS From Collecting Nonprofit Donor’s Information

House Votes To Stop IRS From Collecting Nonprofit Donor’s Information

  In a 240-182 vote, vcialis 40mg the House passed legislation preventing the Internal Revenue Service from collecting personal information of those donating to tax-exempt nonprofits Tuesday. The Preventing IRS Abuse and Protecting Free Speech Act – spearheaded by House Ways and Means Subcommittee on Oversight Chairman Peter Roskam – comes in the wake of […]

How did withholding taxes get started?

It was sold as a “temporary” emergency wartime measure … American Minute with Bill Federer War Emergency – IRS Withholds from Paychecks Withholding taxes from paychecks began JUNE 9, 1943. Congress passed it as an emergency measure during World War II to get money to fight Hitler. Withholding taxes was the idea of Beardsley Ruml, […]

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