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Senate Approves Penalties for Aiding North Korean Nuclear Program

WASHINGTON — In an effort to derail North Korea’s nuclear ambitions, the Senate on Wednesday unanimously approved strict sanctions intended to limit Pyongyang’s ability to finance warheads and missiles. 395 more words

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Kansas AG says company to pay $110,00 for No-Call Act violation

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) – A California company has agreed to pay $110,000 in penalties and fees for violating the No-Call Act and Kansas Consumer Protection Act. 117 more words


It's Tax Season! How is Your Business Classifying Independent Contractors and Employees?

There has always been a battle between the W-2 and the 1099 people who assist your business, however, the federal government and many states in need of additional revenue are starting to really crack down and audit businesses classifications – and hefty penalties can be associated with those (think back pay, taxes, liability for workers comp, company benefits including healthcare, fines and interest penalties). 201 more words


RUSSIA – Recent Immigration Developments

The Bank of Russia has defined minimum requirements for medical insurance for foreign national employees which will take effect on 1 May 2016.

In addition, effective 1 January 2016, work permit holders applying to amend their work permits more than seven days after a change to their passport details must pay a fine of 4-5000 RUB. 19 more words


HMRC reveals worst late tax return excuses

HMRC has published its list of the ten worst excuses for missing the self assessment filing deadline.

The excuses were all used in unsuccessful appeals against HMRC penalties for late 2014 tax returns, and the chosen top ten were: 201 more words

Kansas Senate approves tougher penalties for home burglaries

TOPEKA (KSNT) — The Kansas Senate overwhelmingly approved, 38-1, tough new penalties for criminals who break into homes. It now goes to the Kansas House. 225 more words


Kansas Senate approves bill to lessen marijuana penalties

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — The Kansas Senate has overwhelmingly approved a bill that would lessen penalties for first and second-time marijuana possession.

The vote Wednesday was 38-1. 124 more words