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Internal Revenue Service

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  • Blue Mountain owner Francis Cinelli admits tax fraud

    Blue Mountain owner Francis Cinelli admits tax fraud
    READING — More than three years after federal agents raided his home and offices in the aftermath of a loan agency collapse that left investors seeking millions, a prominent Bangor physician has admitted hiding money from the Internal Revenue...
  • `Cromnibus' includes money for Everglades, Hoover Dike

    Eight of ten Florida Democrats in the U.S. House voted against a giant spending bill to keep the federal government funded, despite pleas for passage by the White House.  But 12 of 17 Florida Republicans voted “yes,” while citing funding for...
  • IRS phone scammers target St. Charles residents

    IRS phone scammers target St. Charles residents
    St. Charles police are continuing to receive complaints from residents targeted by scammers who pose in phone calls as Treasury or Internal Revenue Service officials threatening arrest, eviction or loss of property, authorities say. A St. Charles...
  • The other America

    Germany's first chancellor, Otto von Bismarck, supposedly once said that there was "a special providence for drunkards, fools and the United States of America." Apparently, late 19th century observers could not quite explain how the U.S. thrived when...
  • Chicago scrap metal dealer to plead guilty to tax charges, authorities say

    A Chicago scrap metal dealer has agreed to plead guilty to federal tax and currency transaction charges in a scheme involving checks issued to people who didn't exist and cash paid to employees, authorities said. Tri State Metal, of Chicago's West...
  • Spending bill would fight Ebola, cut IRS budget, freeze Biden's pay

    WASHINGTON A $1.1 trillion spending bill that would keep the government open includes dozens of changes, from money to fight Ebola and the Islamic State, to a potential cut in the first lady's lunch program, to a freeze of Joe Biden's pay. The House of...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Saving Sears: Eddie Lampert's complicated dance

    Tax rules and concerns about Sears Holdings Corp's SHLD.O tenuous financial condition may force CEO Eddie Lampert to do a complicated dance as he plans to spin off the retailer's best real estate into a separate trust. Last month, the troubled retailer...
  • Blotter: Phone scam reported in Downers Grove

    Blotter: Phone scam reported in Downers Grove
    The following items were taken from police reports: A 53-year-old Lisle woman was arrested Nov. 25 for stealing tampons, a vase and a crystal lamp from Goodwill on Ogden Avenue. More than $5,000 in computers, jewelry and cell phones were stolen from...
  • Sabatine spared prison on tax charge tied to failed Blue Mountain loan agency

    Sabatine spared prison on tax charge tied to failed Blue Mountain loan agency
    READING – Wind Gap attorney Nick Sabatine wore a wire to help federal agents build a case against the manager of a Slate Belt loan company who admitted ripping off investors of millions of dollars. Sabatine's cooperation spared him a prison...