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Back Taxes Could Cost You Your Passport

By on Feb 9, 2016 in IRS |

Way back in 2012, the Government Accountability Office reported that the IRS was toying with the idea of using passports to ensure people paid their delinquent back taxes. Now that idea, which many felt was silly, has become a reality. The five year infrastructure bill Obama recently signed includes a section titled “Revocation or Denial of Passport in Case of...

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27 Cases of Tax Fraud in Michigan

By on Feb 9, 2016 in IRS |

In a case that rocked Kalamazoo, Michigan, a local woman who helped people file their tax returns, has been found guilt of 27 individual cases of felony tax fraud. It took the U.S. District Court in Grand Rapids to hear the case. The court decided that 39 year old Fontrice Lenee Charles knowingly entered false information into tax returns which insured that her...

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Understanding the IRS

Understanding the IRS

By on Dec 15, 2015 in IRS |

Generally we only think about the IRS during Tax Season, but they work hard year round. Here’s more information about the Internal Revenue Service so you can better understand what they do and why. History The IRS was created in 1862 during the Civil War. President Abraham Lincoln, along with Congress, formed the office of Commissioner of Internal Revenue. At the...

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