Blog Posts in October, 2010

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  • IRS Reviews Build America Bonds
    IRS Reviews Build America Bonds

    Build America Bonds (BABs) that were issued last year along with the stimulus program is being reviewed by the IRS to ensure they comply with tax laws. According to a notice on the IRS website, the ...

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  • H&R Block Sues HSBC over Tax Loans
    H&R Block Sues HSBC over Tax Loans

    The nation’s largest tax preparing service, H&R Block has taken up a lawsuit against HSBC bank USA over the latter’s alleged backing out of funding tax refund loans given out by H&R. The loans, known ...

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  • Cases of Non-payment of Taxes by the Rich
    Cases of Non-payment of Taxes by the Rich

    Singer Omarion, whose real name is Omari Ismael Grandberry has unpaid taxes amounting to $110,585, according to the IRS. These tax debts stretch back to 2003. The singer has not paid his taxes in ...

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  • Tax Problems in Joint Home Ownership for Divorced Couples
    Tax Problems in Joint Home Ownership for Divorced Couples

    In what is referred to as the ‘hidden area of the law’, Vanderbilt law professor, Kelly Lise Murray has been conducting free seminars to educate couples on the inherent dangers of divorce while the ...

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  • Ex-quarterback's Wife Sues IRS for Wrongful Sale of Home
    Ex-quarterback's Wife Sues IRS for Wrongful Sale of Home

    The ex-wife of Kenny Stabler, former quarterback for University of Alabama, Rose Burch Stabler is suing the IRS alleging they wrongfully sold a home her former husband had transferred to her before ...

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  • Pastors Stand Off with the IRS
    Pastors Stand Off with the IRS

    On Pulpit Freedom Sunday September 26, about a hundred pastors intentionally broke the law that prohibits churches as non-profit organizations from endorsing or opposing a candidate running for public ...

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