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Taxes are a matter of rights and responsibilities

The next federal election is now less than five months away. And the political promises are coming in fast. A look at what’s been released so far shows one consistent trend: plenty of tax cuts. 779 more words


Richard Nixon and Skitch Henderson

If someone gets away with cheating on taxes, it doesn’t mean that someone else doing the same thing also will.

President Nixon claimed a charitable deduction, on his 1969 tax return, of his vice-presidential papers using an appraised fair market value of $576,000.  164 more words

Borrowing From 401(k) Could Be Costly Mistake

By Amy E. Feldman

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Sounds like a good plan: rather than paying those evil bankers to get a loan, why don’t I just use my own money in my 401(k) plan and then only have to repay myself. 179 more words

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Alabama senators look for ways to patch general fund budget

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – It’s coming down to the final days of the legislative session as state senators look for ways to patch a hole in the general fund budget and avoid the deep cuts to state services that Gov. 523 more words


Real Estate Property Tax Demand Bills to Be Mailed Twice After Printing Snafu

Property tax demand bills went out in the mail this week have been accidentally printed on personal property bill stock paper.

The Treasurer’s Office was informed by the town’s bill printers that the fiscal year 2015 real estate demand bills were inadvertently printed on Personal Property bill stock. 136 more words

Hamilton Treasurer's Office

IRS: Russian thieves stole tax information

Washington (AP) Officials tell The Associated Press that the IRS believes the identity thieves who stole personal tax information from an agency website are from Russia. 105 more words