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  • TurboTax maker sued over fraudulent tax filings

    TurboTax maker sued over fraudulent tax filings
    The maker of online tax software TurboTax was sued this week by two people on behalf of themselves and other identity theft victims, such as a Bethlehem man, who say fraudulent returns were filed in their names through the software. The class-action...
  • No more federal checks to the dead, Warner says

    If you're dead, you're not supposed to keep getting federal benefits, but apparently our razor-sharp civil servants still managed to cut checksĀ totaling $125 billion to people who have ceased to be. Sen. Mark R. Warner wants to put a stop to that and...
  • Staffing contractor faces 3 years in prison for IRS fraud

    Authorities say a man who ran various labor staffing services in Pennsylvania is facing just over three years in prison for failing to pay about $1 million in federal employment taxes. Vanny Son was sentenced Thursday in federal court in Harrisburg for...
  • Find common ground in gay marriage issue

    Vilifying Christians by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender activists is one of the most misdirected assaults ever. Instead of identifying and working together to defeat a common enemy, they are made to be enemies instead of allies. Christians are...
  • May Comcast and Time Warner Cable see what canceling a deal is like

     May Comcast and Time Warner Cable see what canceling a deal is like
    Comcast is said to be close to calling off its proposed $45 billion merger with Time Warner Cable. Which is like hearing there might not be a "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 3." Separately, last year they were the two lowest-ranked companies among 230 brands in...
  • 2016 presidential candidates are serial name-droppers

    Call it gilt by association: The 2016 presidential hopefuls have become serial name-droppers, hoping to boost their own appeal by borrowing the luster of others. They're sprinkling their speeches, interviews and tweets with mentions of everyone from...
  • REDEYE FREEKIN WKND AMERICAN BEER CLASSIC SWEEPSTAKES OFFICIAL RULES

    1. NO PURCHASE OR PAYMENT OF ANY KIND IS NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. A PURCHASE WILL NOT IMPROVE YOUR CHANCES OF WINNING. The RedEye FREEkin Wknd American Beer Classic Sweepstakes (the “Promotion”) is sponsored by RedEye, a Chicago Tribune Co.,...
  • Clinton vs. Clinton

    Hillary Clinton apparently plans to base her presidential campaign on the noble goals of greater fairness and shared sacrifice. She has already lambasted vast differences in compensation. "The average CEO makes about 300 times what the average worker...
  • RedBlueAmerica: Should the IRS crack down on politics in churches?

    Although the first primaries of the 2016 election season are still months away, the Internal Revenue Service appears to be already gearing up to investigate churches that participate in politics. The Alliance Defending Freedom, a conservative group based...
  • Households would pay $474 more in taxes under road proposal

    The state sales tax would go up a penny on the dollar. The gasoline tax would rise with inflation, likely more. The annual vehicle registration tax would be higher. If voters approve a measure on Michigan's May 5 ballot to improve roads and bridges,...
  • Jurors say Swap Shop owners could have owed millions if they didn't settle Louis Vuitton designer fakes case

    Jurors say Swap Shop owners could have owed millions if they didn't settle Louis Vuitton designer fakes case
    The Swap Shop owners might have wound up paying out $50 million if they had not settled a legal dispute with luxury designer brand Louis Vuitton on Tuesday, several jurors told the Sun Sentinel. Preston and Betty Henn signed a confidential settlement in...