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How To Get Away With Tax Fraud

Ever tempted to cheat on your tax return? Even a little? Brigitte Jackson, of Georgia, was arrested for allegedly cheating a lot on her tax return - and claiming a massive refund. Where did she go wrong?

Ga. Woman Arrested After Claiming $94,000,000 Tax Refund

A Georgia woman filed a tax return claiming the state owed her $94 million, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Friday. Problem was, the claim was false, authorities say.

Ga. woman tries to cash fake $94 million tax return

Georgia authorities went to a great deal of trouble to nab a woman who filed a state income tax return for a whopping $94 million.

You Can’t Be Serious: Atlanta Hood Booger And Her Cousin Arrested For Filing $94 Million Income Tax Return

Stay schemin’…SMFH Atlanta Area Woman Arrested For Phony $94 Million Tax Return Via AJC A woman accused of filing a phony state tax return for $94 million was arrested when she attempted to claim her check at a Cobb

?Woman Arrested for Filing Totally Legit $94 Million Tax Return

A woman who authorities say filed a fraudulent tax return to the tune of $94 million in Cobb County, Georgia, was arrested after attempting to claim her check at a local bank. I dunno guys, it sounds pretty legit to me. Read more...

Small Cap Tax Prep Outfit Liberty Looks Cheap

Disclosure: David Trainer owns TAX. Liberty Tax (TAX) has carved out a successful niche as the discount option for tax return preparation. Despite its significantly smaller scale and brand awareness compared to competitors such as (HRB) and (INTU), TAX still earns a comparable return on invested capital (ROIC). The beauty here is that the market [...]

Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino is facing ten years in prison for tax evasion.

6 days agoOdd : Happy Place

The Situation, indicating how much trouble he's in. (via Getty Images) The Situation is not good. That's because Mike Sorrentino has been charged with filing false tax returns on nearly 8.9 million dollars of income. Investigators may have realized something was wrong when they noticed that the Situation has made nearly 9 million dollars. Show More Summary

“The Situation” Has a Serious Tax Situation Going On

Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino from Jersey Shore and his brother, Marc, have been indicted on tax charges. The brothers are charged with “conspiring to defraud the United States and filing false tax returns.” Allegedly, they failed to properly pay taxes … More » The post “The Situation” Has a Serious Tax Situation Going On appeared first on EveryJoe.

Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino Pleads Not Guilty to Tax Fraud Charges

Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino and his brother, Marc Sorrentino, were indicted for tax fraud in New Jersey on Wednesday. The government claims that the two brothers have been filing bogus tax returns on $8.9 million worth of earnings since 2010. Show More Summary

SNAFU: The Situation & The Situation's Brother Indicted For Tax Fraud

This sure puts the "d'oh!" in guido, amirite? The reality star Michael Sorrentino—better known as "The Situation" from Jersey Shore—and his brother-slash-manager Marc Sorrentino are accused of filing false tax returns from 2010 through 2012. Show More Summary

Things That Sound About Right: The IRS Would Like A Word With Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino

MTV’s “Jersey Shore” star Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino and his brother were indicted Wednesday on charges of filing false tax returns involving $8.9 million income. Michael was charged with two counts and his brother Marc with three counts of filing false tax returns for 2010 through 2012, according to the Department of Justice. Show More Summary

Connecticut Governor Releases 4 Years of Tax Returns; Cleared of Donation Violations

Dem Malloy was accused of taking $50,750 in "offensive" and "disturbing" campaign donations.

Rob Astorino reports $32K for outside work

Tax returns show that New York's Republican candidate for governor earned nearly $32,000 last year for outside work. Rob Astorino, who's also the Westchester County executive, released his federal... To view the full story, click the title link.

New Jersey Divorce Case Comes With a Twist

Michael and Debra Mandelbaum lived as husband and wife for about 20 years. They had a Jewish wedding ceremony, three children and filed tax returns, court records show. Now, Mr. Mandelbaum has taken a unique position in divorce proceedings brought by his wife.

Scott Brown and Debbie Wasserman Schultz: The Deductibility of Politicians' Grooming and Clothing Expenses

The American Democracy Legal Fund has sent this letter requesting the IRS to investigate certain deductions claimed by New Hampshire Republican Senatorial Candidate Scott on his 2010 and 2011 tax returns, including $3,550 for "TV makeup and grooming. MSNBC, Democrat Group to IRS: Look Into Scott Brown’s Grooming Deductions The...

Back To School 2014: Health Insurance Premiums As Benefits And Deductions

Do you pay for your own health care insurance? If so, it may be deductible on your federal income tax return. If you're lucky enough to have your health care insurance paid for by your employer, that's tax beneficial, too: health insurance premiums are generally tax-free to employees.

Florida Doctor Sentenced in Criminal Tax Case for Concealing Assets and Filing False Individual Income Tax Returns

Individuals using offshore bank accounts to conceal assets and facilitate tax fraud continue to be prosecuted by the Department of Justice. Under the Bank Secrecy Act, citizens and lawful permanent residents (i.e. "Green Card" holders)...Show More Summary

Cuomo to Astorino: Show us your taxes

Gov. Cuomo’s campaign is calling on Republican opponent Rob Astorino to release his tax returns. In a memo obtained by the Daily News, the Cuomo campaign says Astorino has never publicly released his returns despite having entered the race six months ago and having served as Westchester County executive for five years.

When pets can pay off on your tax returns

Our beloved cat Zeke was part of our family for 19 years. He's been gone for 15 now and we still think about him every day. Zeke chilling out in a box at our Maryland condo back in 1984. Our human family and friends are stunned we never adopted another cat. Show More Summary

PHIL HAMBURGER: Audited. Over at Instapundit, I read yesterday that the IRS defended its Breitba…

PHIL HAMBURGER: Audited. Over at Instapundit, I read yesterday that the IRS defended its Breitbart audit with this statement: “The IRS stresses that audits are based on the information related to tax returns and the underlying tax law — nothing else.” Glenn aptly writes “And who could hear this without laughing?” Actually, I know from [...]

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