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Like-Kind Exchange - Tricky Business That Works When Done RightFBI raids D.C. Council member Thomas' homeRATE's not-so-gentle reminderIRS vs. Scientology: Here We Go AgainClient Makes $800000; Broker Fined $1.8 MillionNational news in briefA Loss of Independents?

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Woman told IRS she had 20 kids on same day
San Francisco ChronicleDecember 7, 2011

She was sentenced Monday in Los Angeles by US District Judge Manuel Real, who also ordered her to reimburse the Internal Revenue Service. Between 2003 and early 2011, prosecutors said, Coronel obtained Social Security numbers for 20 children - claiming ...more »

Sense on Cents Calls on US Supreme Court to Hear Standard Chartered v. FINRA
Business InsiderDecember 6, 2011

The plaintiff's attorneys represent that Ms. Schapiro and the other defendants orally and in writing repeatedly maintained that the IRS mandated that the $35k per firm was the absolute maximum that could be paid in order for FINRA to maintain its ...more »

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Like-Kind Exchange - Tricky Business That Works When Done Right
VillageSoup BelfastDecember 2, 2011

Which brings us to Like Kind Exchange, a special kind of real estate transaction that can work very well if done correctly in the right circumstances – but takes some real expertise. In the broadest (and simplest) sense, a Like-Kind Exchange is a ...more »

FBI raids D.C. Council member Thomas' home
Washington TimesDecember 2, 2011

The Washington Times) FBI and IRS agents on Friday raided the Northeast home of DC Council member Harry Thomas Jr., a significant uptick in the pace of a criminal investigation into whether the council member used public funds for personal gain. ...more »

RATE's not-so-gentle reminder
Inquirer.netDecember 2, 2011

The case recently filed by Revenue Commissioner Kim Henares under the revitalized Run-After-Tax Evaders (RATE) program of the government against a tax practitioner recalls a tax evasion conviction, reported in the New York Times, that was handed down ...more »

IRS vs. Scientology: Here We Go Again
ForbesDecember 2, 2011

You need a coveted IRS determination letter that you qualify. All the big religions have them and many not so big ones do too. In fact, even compared with the list of tax perks to which other tax-exempt organizations are entitled, church status is the ...more »

Client Makes $800000; Broker Fined $1.8 Million
Financial Advisor MagazineDecember 1, 2011

The award included attorney's fees, IRS penalties incurred by the couple, interest and $1.13 million in compensatory damages to offset losses. The panel also found that Raymond James failed to provide adequate supervision to its broker, ...more »

National news in brief
STLtoday.comDecember 1, 2011

It's an annual exercise for the IRS, which has been nudging taxpayers toward accepting their refunds through direct, electronic deposits to their bank accounts. Out of the nearly 103 million refunds the IRS issued through early June this year, ...more »

A Loss of Independents?
CFO.com MagazineDecember 1, 2011

Not very — especially because the IRS, the Department of Labor, and the states themselves don't have the staff needed to provide such enforcement. Yet even as the economy grows more reliant on temporary labor, regulators are becoming increasingly ...more »

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