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Fraudulent Medicare, Medicaid, EITC, Tax Refunds, etc. Total $1 Trillion Since 2003

A huge chunk of your tax dollars every year goes straight into the pockets of crooks. Nearly one in three earned income credits (EIC) is fraudulent. And the numbers keep getting bigger every year according to the Government Accountability Office.Please consider GAO: Feds Made Nearly $1 Trillion in Overpayments Since Fiscal 2003. Show More Summary

Maryland issuing court-ordered county tax credit refunds

Attention Maryland residents. If you paid taxes to another state between 2011 and 2014 and were denied a tax credit for your county piggyback taxes against the out-of-state payments, the Old Line State is now handing back the money you're due. Show More Summary

Court Holds Denying Discretionary Benefits Under Tax Treaty Is Subject To Judicial Review

The United States District Court for the District of Columbia recently addressed two interesting tax issues. First, whether the agency-discretion exception to judicial review applies in tax refunds case that are not brought under the Administrative Procedure Act. Second, whether the Secretary's denial of “discretionary benefits” under the U.S.-Swiss Tax Treaty [...]

Ringleader Of $24 Million Stolen Identity Tax Refund Fraud Ring Sentenced To 15 Years In Prison

Today, U.S. District Court Judge Kristi K. DuBose sentenced Keisha Lanier, the ringleader in the scheme, to serve 15 years in prison. Last month, Judge DuBose imposed lengthy sentences for eight defendants nabbed in the scheme, ranging from two years probation to 159 months in prison.

Ulta Has A Great Return Policy, Except For Keeping My Sales Tax

Vee made a small purchase from the cosmetics store Ulta, and needed to return it. That happens. Where things got confusing, though, is that she didn’t receive a refund of the sales tax she had paid. When she questioned this, a store representative’s response was that “the website does not state that we do not give the taxes back when …


JUST LIKE LAST TIME, OBAMA WILL ABUSE HIS POWER TO MAXIMIZE THE PAIN ON ORDINARY AMERICANS: If the government shuts, don’t plan on visiting Yellowstone, financing your home or getting your tax refund. The real problem with a government shutdown? It doesn’t actually shut down. There are just random service interruptions in support of political […]

If the government shuts, don’t plan on visiting Yellowstone, financing your home or getting your tax refund

Old Faithful would erupt with no one watching, because Yellowstone National Park and 407 others would close to the public. Homebuyers would find their mortgage applications stalled because the offices they need to approve paperwork for loans would be shuttered. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention would have to stop monitoring the spread […]

Meet Obamacare deadlines or pay the higher tax price

We got a $147.26 check today from a neighborhood medical clinic. It was a refund for treatment the hubby got when he had a kidney stone. I'm always happy to cash any check. But this one is a perfect example of what's wrong with the medical industry. Show More Summary

Congressional Hearing On IRS Authority To License Tax Preparers Is Postponed

The hearing originally announced by Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Ranking Member Ron Wyden (D-OR) to mark up an original bipartisan bill to curb identity theft and tax refund fraud on today, Wednesday, September 16, has been postponed.

Senate Holds Hearing Today On Identity Theft, Tax Refund Fraud, And The IRS's Authority To Regulate Paid Tax Return Preparers

The Senate Finance Committee holds an Open Executive Session today at 10:00 EST to consider an Original Bill to Prevent Identity Theft and Tax Refund Fraud. Among the bill's twenty provisions is a grant of authority to the Treasury Department and the IRS authority to regulate paid tax return preparers...

Yay! Tax Payers to Get Tax Refunds in Just 7-10 Days as E-Filing Boosts Efficiency

Coming in as a good news for the large number of tax paying populous in the country, the Income Tax Department will now be sending across refunds in just about 7-10 days. This move follows what we have lately seen, as to how the useShow More Summary

Reefer Revenue: Could Colorado’s ‘Refund Madness’ Highlight Which State Could Use Marijuana Legalization The Most?

Colorado has such a surplus of tax revenue after legalizing recreational marijuana that the state faced potentially having to pay some of that money back to the taxpayers thanks to their Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TABOR). According to The Cannabist, in order to comply with “the requirement that the taxes revert to zero, lawmakers settled... Show More Summary

Colorado Suspends Marijuana Tax for One Day on September 16

No, Colorado’s marijuana taxes aren’t doing so amazingly that they have too much money. In fact, Colorado’s marijuana taxes brought in only $58 million of the projected $70 million. But a number of complicated refund mechanisms are gearing up because state revenues and spending as a whole overshot estimates. Show More Summary

Chart of Rev. Rul. 84-125 - Accrual of Foreign Tax Credit on Contested Liability & 10 Year Limitations Period

Code §6511(d)(3)(A) provides that if the claim for credit or refund relates to an overpayment attributable to any taxes paid or accrued to any foreign country for which credit is allowed under Code §901, in lieu of the 3-year period...

Exclusive: Mexico withheld millions in tax refunds from P&G, Unilever, Colgate

By Alexandra Alper MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's government withheld hundreds of millions of dollars in tax refunds owed to Procter & Gamble, Unilever, and Colgate combined as it sought to coax them and other multinationals to pay more income tax locally, according to people close to the talks. Show More Summary

Federal judge cites John Oliver in her ruling against Guam in tax refund case

last monthNews : The Raw Story

A federal judge cited John Oliver in her ruling against Guam in a tax refund case. Ninth Circuit Judge Marsha S. Berzon included a footnote that cited a segment on U.S. territories from Oliver’s HBO program, reported the blog Above The Law. The segment, which aired in March, addressed the...

Tax Roundup, 8/28/15: Reverse Danegeld. And: stealing a Congressional tax refund!

May I have another Danish? It’s a lot less fun to be a Dane than it might have been 1,000 […]

Denmark Investigates Billion Dollar Tax Swindle

Tax authorities in Denmark have admitted paying out almost a billion dollars in fake tax refunds to people living outside the country according to the state prosecutor’s office.

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