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  • A Call From Himself? State's tax on under-$50 shoes, clothes

    A Call From Himself? State's tax on under-$50 shoes, clothes
    Which is more mystifying, the duplicitous Caller ID spoofing scheme or the state's taxation of shoes and clothes costing less than $50? It's a reader's choice in today's installment of "Is It Just Me?" — where no question is too small for The...
  • Task force receives $484,000 from seized property auction

    The Greater Harrison Drug and Violent Crimes Task Force has received more than $480,000 from the sale of properties seized during a drug investigation. The 10 properties included a former church and an uninhabitable home in Clarksburg. The U.S....
  • Second Munster accountant charged in theft scheme

    Second Munster accountant charged in theft scheme
    An employee of a Munster accountant accused of stealing millions from two local doctors is also charged in connection with helping steal $2.5 million. William Bercaw, 68, of Munster faces four counts of wire fraud, according to an indictment Thursday in...
  • IRS fakers are ripping off taxpayers in Florida, elsewhere, officials warn

    IRS fakers are ripping off taxpayers in Florida, elsewhere, officials warn
    TAMPA — For two years, Cheryl Anastasi has dreaded answering the phone. Scammers claiming to be IRS agents have called her Tampa Bay area home hundreds of times, demanding she send them past-due taxes on prepaid debit cards. They threaten the...
  • All The Pretty Tax Breaks: Millions in tax dollars prop up Maryland's beloved but failing horse industry

    All The Pretty Tax Breaks: Millions in tax dollars prop up Maryland's beloved but failing horse industry
    In Maryland, horses are sacred and horse owners enjoy enviable layers of public subsidy. In alliance with the environmental movement, some of the wealthiest people on planet Earth enjoy sporting lives amid rolling hills, fueled by tax breaks on the local,...
  • Police warn of scammers posing as IRS officials

    After a deluge of reports this week about a tax scam, Newport Beach police warned residents not to fall victim to callers posing as government officials. Police said they received 150 calls on Tuesday alone about "aggressive scammers" claiming to be...
  • REDEYE FREEKIN WKND MAMBY ON THE BEACH 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 Mamby on the Beach Sweepstakes (the “Promotion”) is sponsored by RedEye, a Chicago Tribune Co., LLC...
  • Tenn. says lawsuit not needed to protect TennCare applicants

    An attorney for the state of Tennessee told a federal appeals court Thursday that a court order is not needed to protect TennCare applicants because they are no longer being left in indefinite limbo. The state wants the court to dismiss on technical...
  • 2 men admit to filing hundreds of false tax returns

    A U.S. attorney says two Charlotte-area tax return preparers pleaded guilty in separate cases to helping file hundreds of false tax returns. The Charlotte Observer (http://bit.ly/1BrQoUB ) reports 48-year-old Fitzroy Lawrence pleaded guilty to one...
  • Heidi Clute: 6 common financial pitfalls

    We all make mistakes, and through them, we learn. But when it comes to finances, it is best not to take the trial-and-error approach. Avoiding some of the following financial mistakes might save you a great deal of money and heartache. CASHING OUT A...
  • FIFA corruption scandal may not hurt U.S. soccer

    FIFA corruption scandal may not hurt U.S. soccer
    The corruption charges against officials of FIFA, the World Cup's sanctioning body, are not necessarily bad for soccer in this country. Americans love organized crime dramas. Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegel put out word at Re/code's Code conference that his...