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There's a pretty hefty lineage if you take the time to research the origins of the phrase "the early bird gets the worm," with many branches traced to the hardscrabble foundation of America's Industrial Revolution. Revolution or not, it comes down to
Justice Department filed a civil injunction Friday asking a federal judge to shut down an Orem tax preparation company it alleges falsified client returns that deprived the government of as much as $416 million since 2008. The complaint alleges
Just when you thought coming out to family and friends was a challenge...think beyond that box! On the scale of "cake walk" to a "real drag" my coming out was a cupcake in need of some icing on the cake. It wasn't horrendous and it wasn't blissful; a
A Hayward man who worked as a tax preparer for two decades was sentenced Thursday i»¿to two years in prison for preparing and filing false tax returns for several years, according to the office of U.S...Naushad Buksh, 57, was arrested in May 2012 and
Roustan, Sun Sentinel A 41-year-old Hallandale Beach tax preparer has been charged with filing a false tax return on behalf of one of his clients, according to U.S...Efrain Felipe made his first appearance in federal court in Miami on Wednesday.
A Wichita tax preparer was convicted Tuesday on charges of filing false federal income tax returns...Tomlinson, 33, was convicted on 19 counts of preparing false income tax returns for a total of 17 people during tax years 2007, 2008 and 2009, U.S...
This time of year, they're busily crunching numbers, working hellaciously long days and too many weekends to count. Trying to get America's taxpayers paid up and in by Monday's April 15 tax-filing deadline is, well, taxing. And this year, it's been
Can filing tax returns be made less time consuming and expensive? In the following guest post, law professors Joseph Bankman , of Stanford, and Dennis Ventry , of UC Davis, argue that allowing the government to pre-populate tax returns with
The Record A tax preparer and disbarred lawyer from Rutherford was sentenced Wednesday to three years in federal prison for falsifying his own returns or failing to file them, resulting in a $1.1 million tax loss to the government...The judge fined
For Oscar Sotelo, tax season was a gold mine for two years running. He found a man who prepared taxes in the Central Valley, promised big refunds -- and delivered...Sotelo was never supposed to get that money; now, the IRS wanted it back. The IRS