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  • Police: SWAT team called to Newport News home related to scam

     Police: SWAT team called to Newport News home related to scam
    NEWPORT NEWS — After returning from a trip to CVS, Newport News resident Dorismarie Dean was blocked from her home by police. Things took another twist when after waiting for about an hour-and-a-half, she saw her husband and son walking out of their...
  • Ask Kim: Are job-search expenses tax-deductible?

    My daughter graduated from college in the spring and started her first job last month. She spent a lot of money on travel and other costs for her job search over the past few months. Are those expenses tax-deductible? Job-search expenses for a first...
  • New Pastor In North Haven Gets New Name From DMV (He Wants Old One Back)

    New Pastor In North Haven Gets New Name From DMV (He Wants Old One Back)
    When the Rev. Gerald Lee Jones started a new job in July as pastor of Faith United Methodist Church in North Haven, he didn't know it would cost him his name. Jones had been living a pastor's life, with stops in Florida, New Mexico and, most recently,...
  • IRS slow to probe complaints about tax preparers, audit says

    IRS slow to probe complaints about tax preparers, audit says
    If you've filed a complaint with the IRS about your tax preparer and you haven't heard anything about your case, you're not alone. Get comfortable, because it could be awhile before you do get a response, a recent audit says. The IRS isn't processing...
  • Osceola deputy, 4 others indicted on federal charges

    Osceola deputy, 4 others indicted on federal charges
    An Osceola County Sheriff's Office deputy and four others have been indicted on federal charges that they bilked the government out of $500,000 in tax returns, officials announced Friday. Deputy Titus Lee Dixon, 48, and the other suspects charged by a...
  • Fake IRS agents call Nazareth area residents, demand money, police say

    Fake IRS agents call Nazareth area residents, demand money, police say
    Nazareth area residents have been receiving phone calls from con artists claiming to be IRS agents and giving the residents 45 minutes to pay money they allegedly owe, police said Monday. If the residents don't pay immediately, the callers tell them,...
  • Kevin Hunt: 'I'll Pay Cash' (Then Why Do They Demand Credit Card, Too?)

    Kevin Hunt: 'I'll Pay Cash' (Then Why Do They Demand Credit Card, Too?)
    Of course it's OK to ask, "Is It Just Me?" No question is too small for The Bottom Line. Q: "Recently, I called Safelite AutoGlass to purchase a new windshield. The sales lady quoted a price, and I not only accepted, but made a date for it to be...
  • Poll: Illinois voters back referendum issues

    Poll: Illinois voters back referendum issues
    Illinois voters strongly support the idea of increasing the minimum wage and raising the state income tax on millionaires — positions that could help Democrats drive turnout in November, a Chicago Tribune poll shows. The survey also found that...
  • More lenders are offering student-loan consolidations

    Dear Liz: I have four private student loans that I would love to consolidate so that I can have one medium-size monthly payment instead of four large ones. How do I go about finding a company that will consolidate them? Answer: If you have good credit...
  • L.A. fashion district firms raided in cartel money laundering probe

    L.A. fashion district firms raided in cartel money laundering probe
    Sinaloa cartel bosses had a problem. They were holding a hostage and needed to get the $140,000 ransom his family agreed to pay from the United States to Mexico in the form of pesos. Worried a wire transfer would alert authorities, the drug...
  • Texas business, labor interests team to push for reforms

    AUSTIN, Texas An unlikely alliance between business and labor advocacy groups is pushing business-friendly Texas to adopt state and local reforms in order to bust private companies that cheat on taxes owed to the federal government on public projects....