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A Different IRS Scam

See the copy of the email below:

  1. The IRS never makes first contact via email.
  2. The return address would be .GOV, not .COM.

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Howard Lipset

Want to shed U.S. citizenship? Get in line

A controversial tax deal with the United States, under which Canadian banks agree to try to find U.S. citizen clients and report them to the IRS, using the CRA as an intermediary, took effect July 1. 931 more words


IRS Ruling Creates Opportunities for Tax Savings by Companies With Substantial Real Estate Assets

On July 29, Windstream announced that it plans to spin off certain telecommunications network assets into an independent, publicly tradedreal estate investment trust (REIT) 369 more words

Administrative & Regulatory

Holder's Trip To Ferguson: 'How To Keep Racism, Unrest, Injustice And The Left's Agenda Moving Forward'

To reassure the people of Ferguson, Attorney General Eric Holder reached into his own past, recalling the times he had been stopped by police officers who seemed to target him because of his race.

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Receiving a Notice from the IRS

Almost everyone at some time in their life will receive a notice by mail from the IRS. This is how the IRS communicates with people. It isn’t necessarily a bad thing to get a notice. 447 more words


"Gaming the System"?

America’s biggest companies fight like tigers for surprisingly tiny advantages. Grabbing as little as a single extra percent of market share can mean millions in new revenue, especially in popular categories like soft drinks or laundry detergent. 565 more words

The IRS Can Enforce a Tax Lien Whenever THEY WANT

As illustrated by a recent tax lien case Gregory v. United States Department of the Treasury – IRS, everyone buying a piece of real property should use a reputable real estate Attorney to conduct a title search (and purchase title insurance) to avoid these preventable issues. 565 more words

Asset Protection