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  • Why Geothermal Systems Are Heating Up

    Why Geothermal Systems Are Heating Up
    The hardwood floors, abundant light and meticulously crafted built-ins are what you notice first when walking into the Glastonbury home of Paul and Denise Reddington. But it's what's in the basement — and hidden under the lawn and inside the...
  • Madonna and Young: Pa. tax system 'hopelessly outdated' for the 21st century

    People are asking lots of good questions about Pennsylvania's proposed 2014-15 budget. But few are raising what may be the most urgent question of all: Why are state revenues down this year by more than a half-billion dollars amid a national economic...
  • Where's Reporting On IRS Hearing?

    I think all Americans would agree that the IRS targeting of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status for extra scrutiny is one of the most serious abuses of power our federal government can commit. On Monday night, Congress held a very...
  • The IRS scandal that isn't

    Believe me, as a columnist, commentator, and talk-show host, nobody loves a scandal more than I do. Just the thought of verbally hanging some politician or bureaucrat for wrong-doing gets my juices flowing. The problem is, House Republicans don't know a...
  • Restaurant docks workers' pay for burning waffles, not crisping pork enough

    Restaurant docks workers' pay for burning waffles, not crisping pork enough
    Ever have a bad day at work in a restaurant? It's easy to get an order wrong once in a while, or forget that extra side of dressing for table five, but should your mistake cost you more than $100 from your next paycheck?  A cafe in Perth, Australia,...
  • Incompetence at the IRS [Editorial]

    Incompetence at the IRS  [Editorial]
    Take a minute and Google the term "Internal Revenue Service" or "IRS," and you will find no shortage of famous quotes from people who are fearful of it. The federal agency has been compared to the Gestapo, the Mafia and the Lord Almighty. Such is the...
  • Emanuel touts monthly phone fee hike for pensions

    Emanuel touts monthly phone fee hike for pensions
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel found himself in the unusual position Wednesday of talking up his idea to significantly increase the monthly telephone fees paid by Chicagoans. The mayor usually goes to great lengths to point out how he has saved residents even small...
  • State Sen. Fonfara Paying Off $50,000 IRS Tax Lien

    HARTFORD — State Sen. John Fonfara, D-Hartford, co-chairman of the legislature's tax writing finance committee, owes thousands of dollars in federal taxes, according to a lien on file at city hall. The Internal Revenue Service recorded the lien for...
  • Reg Henry: Be suspicious of pols accusing others of lying

    In recent news from the hog wallow of politics, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., basically accused IRS Commissioner John Koskinen of lying about the notorious missing emails. "Sitting here listening to this testimony, I don't believe it," he said, "That's your...
  • Assembly approves tax credits for aerospace industry

    Assembly approves tax credits for aerospace industry
    The California Assembly on Thursday approved a fast-tracked proposal to provide up to $420 million in tax breaks over 15 years for the aerospace industry. The bill by Assemblyman Steve Fox (D-Palmdale) would offer credits for an "advanced strategic...
  • California film tax credit bill moves closer to passage

    California lawmakers could soon take action to stem the flight of television and movie productions to other states and foreign countries. Legislation to renew and possibly expand a 5-year-old state income-tax break for shooting in the Golden State...