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  • United Way seeks 200 volunteers for tax program

    United Way of Palm Beach County's Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, in partnership with the Internal Revenue Service, is looking for 200 volunteers to help provide free tax services throughout the county. The free service provides tax...
  • China money rates fall as central bank seeks to maintain ample liquidity

    China's money rates fell modestly this week after the central bank's unexpected cut interest rates last Friday to support the cooling economy, traders said. As this week wore on, cash demand for IPOs eased and open market operations were toned down,...
  • Shunned by banks, legitimate pot shops must deal in risky cash

    Shunned by banks, legitimate pot shops must deal in risky cash
    OAKLAND — The suppliers arrive at one of the nation's largest marijuana dispensaries carrying hundreds of pounds of cannabis in duffel bags, knapsacks and baby diaper totes. They leave with those same carriers stuffed with wads of cash. Harborside...
  • In midst of IRS battle, Villages refunds tax-free bonds with taxable ones

    First of two parts. Uncle! That's the sound of The Villages giving up a $426 million battle with the Internal Revenue Service that started six years ago when a sharp agent figured out how fiendishly the developer had perverted a Florida law to be able...
  • Justices try to sabotage Obamacare

    Haven't heard much about Obamacare lately? There's a good reason for that. Because most of the news about Obamacare is good news, and Republicans don't want to talk about good news. Neither do the media. But the fact is, ever since the Obamacare website,...
  • 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...
  • Tom Schaller: The right systematically manufactures bogus news

    Tom Schaller: The right systematically manufactures bogus news
    If you haven't heard of Jonathan Gruber, an architect of the Affordable Care Act whose testimony about transparency in passing Obamacare has gone viral, expect a rash of new stories about him. Why? Because as of late last Friday afternoon — when a...
  • How to avoid Cyber Monday scams, hidden fees

    How to avoid Cyber Monday scams, hidden fees
    Brick-and-mortar retailers aren't the only ones having all the fun this holiday shopping season. Cyber Monday — the Monday right after Thanksgiving when online retailers offer exclusive promotions — is gaining momentum every year as shoppers...
  • Part 8: Disclosure rules are lax, and reports are hard to find

    Part 8: Disclosure rules are lax, and reports are hard to find
    When it comes to keeping an eye on ethics, Virginia legislators know who to rely on: themselves. They say they eke out a living in public service with a near-poverty-level salary — but they get tens of thousands of dollars in allowances they don't...
  • State rep sentenced to probation for misdemeanor tax conviction

    State rep sentenced to probation for misdemeanor tax conviction
    Two years after being hit with fraud charges that carried the potential of years in prison, Illinois state Rep. LaShawn Ford was sentenced Friday to six months of probation on a misdemeanor tax count as a result of an extraordinary plea deal with...
  • Repealing medical device tax at top of agenda for Republican Congress

    Repealing medical device tax at top of agenda for Republican Congress
    As Republicans eagerly outline their plans for next year's GOP-controlled Congress, an item near and dear to some of the region's larger employers is the first thing on their lists: repealing the medical device tax. Jettisoning the tax, which helps fund...