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Internal Revenue Service

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  • Blotter: 'IRS' scam in Morton Grove

    Blotter: 'IRS' scam in Morton Grove
    The following items were taken from Morton Grove police reports: A resident in the 6800 block of Davis Street received a call Nov. 18 from a woman who stated she was from the IRS and was suing. The resident told police he knew it was a scam and did...
  • China charges Microsoft $137 million in back taxes

    SEATTLE Microsoft's testy relationship with China just got a bit tougher. The Chinese government has levied $137 million in back taxes and interest against the company, according to a report by China's Xinhua state news service. The report doesn't...
  • Cummings' bill will streamline federal record-keeping

    Cummings' bill will streamline federal record-keeping
    On behalf of ARMA International and the thousands of information management professionals working in the federal government, I want to thank Rep. Elijah Cummings for his bipartisan leadership in introducing and helping enact legislation to modernize the...
  • Simply giving home to a child is a costly mistake

    By Ilyce Glink and Samuel J. Tamkin Q: Are there federal taxes due on residential property that I transfer to my son? There is no mortgage on the property, and I will continue to live in the property until I die. A: Gifting your home to your son is...
  • An annuity that protects against longevity risk

    If you have been reading my columns regularly, you know that I recommend annuities sparingly. However, I do believe that qualified longevity annuity contracts (QLACs) have some advantages -- without high costs. A QLAC is a type of deferred-income...
  • Villages bond switch offers lesson to residents: Pay heed to bottom line

    Second of two parts. The Villages' recent choice to switch to refund tax-exempt bonds in favor of taxable ones sent a message that the government controlling the retirement community would rather retain control to enrich the developer than try to keep...
  • Web Winners: Tips for managing 401(k) money after leaving a job

    When you lose or leave a job, it's important to know what to do about any money that's stashed for you in a former employer's 401(k) retirement plan. There are lots of options. Losing a job raises all sorts of questions in addition to immediate...
  • Charitable scams

    During the holiday season, charities step up their year-end appeals to raise money. While it's wonderful to support these organizations, it's important to guard against potential scams, especially if you get a request from an unfamiliar group. The...
  • Gruber flap reopens not-so-old wounds

    Gruber flap reopens not-so-old wounds
    I understand we've turned the page to the next controversy -- Mr. Obama's unconstitutional immigration pander -- but I'd like to dwell a little longer on the previous travesty. Obama administration health-care consultant Jonathan Gruber was discovered...
  • Scott Stapp of Creed claims to be broke, under 'attack'; posts video

    Scott Stapp of Creed claims to be broke, under 'attack'; posts video
    Scott Stapp, frontman for the band Creed, posted a video on Facebook early Wednesday saying he was broke and had been homeless and hungry at times since he conducted a financial audit eight weeks ago and discovered money was missing. In the video, labeled...
  • The right stuff

    "We've got what it takes to take what you've got." -- slogan applied to the IRS. I suppose many bridge players are also IRS workers. I wonder if they would beat today's 3NT as West. When I kibitzed the deal, South led a diamond to his king at the...