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  • FIFA needs a new boss, and Kass has just the person

    You should have heard this first from my own fingers, but yes, the rumors are true: I've decided to take another job. Any moment now, I plan to accept the presidency of the notoriously corrupt international multi-billion dollar soccer empire called...
  • With FIFA's cesspool running over, sponsors must make a stink

    With FIFA's cesspool running over, sponsors must make a stink
    Ah, the irony. It took law enforcement in the United States, which much of the world dismisses as a soccer newbie, to bring the charges that have shaken the seemingly earthquake-proof foundations of the international soccer federation, known as FIFA....
  • Tougher standards are needed for tax transcripts

    Tougher standards are needed for tax transcripts
    You probably heard about the massive security breach the IRS disclosed recently that allowed hackers to get detailed tax return information on 104,000 taxpayers. But you might not have connected that event with a procedure most homebuyers seeking a...
  • OneBlood CEO paid more than $2 million in 2013

    OneBlood CEO paid more than $2 million in 2013
    The top executive at the Orlando-based OneBlood blood bank was paid $2 million in 2013, more than tripling the compensation that partly led to the dismissal of a former CEO at the nonprofit. In addition to his regular pay, Don Doddridge received a one-...
  • Homeowner facing foreclosure should reach out to lender

    Homeowner facing foreclosure should reach out to lender
    Q: I went through a divorce after 20 years of marriage. When we bought our home, I was unable to be placed on the mortgage because of my debt-to-income ratio. I had student loan debt from nursing school. The judge awarded the home to me and my children,...
  • Hogan fails on forfeiture reform

    Last month, Gov. Larry Hogan vetoed a civil asset forfeiture reform bill that had been passed nearly unanimously by the State Senate. Senate Bill 528 would have closed the "equitable sharing" loophole that perversely incentivizes Maryland's law...
  • Blotter: Washing machines defaced in Wheaton

    Wheaton The following items were taken from Wheaton police reports: Two motorcycles, a 2013 Yamaha valued at $7,895 and a 2007 Honda valued at $5,500, were reported stolen from an apartment complex in the 1400 block of Stonebridge Circle May 20....
  • Realities of Real Estate: Big changes are coming to the settlement process

     Realities of Real Estate: Big changes are coming to the settlement process
    In this column, we try to refrain from too much "inside baseball." In other words, our goal is to bring the public easy-to-understand information that will help them with the process of buying and selling property. We try not to get lost in the weeds...
  • Broward sheriff's employee among those indicted in fraud case

    Broward sheriff's employee among those indicted in fraud case
    A Broward sheriff's community service aide is part of a group accused of stealing people's identities and filing fraudulent federal tax returns on their behalf to rake in cash. Celia Cromer, 42, who was assigned to the regional traffic unit as a breath-...
  • Roban datos de contribuyentes al IRS

    Roban datos de contribuyentes al IRS
    El FBI dijo que investiga el robo de informaciones impositivas personales de más de 100.000 contribuyentes en un portal del Servicio de Rentas Internas. El FBI informó el jueves que los agentes "trabajan para determinar la naturaleza y alcance de este...
  • Broward accountant used her clients' IDs to defraud IRS, feds say

    Broward accountant used her clients' IDs to defraud IRS, feds say
    Federal prosecutors say a Davie accountant used her income tax preparation business to file fraudulent claims, launder money and steal from her clients and Uncle Sam. Pamella Watson, 60, of Davie, will remain locked up in the Broward County jail...