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  1. MomentumLOVE is All AroundRead the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | American Reporter

    As we've seen over the past few months, Americans are not happy with the way things are. They want change.


  2. Petaluma FX Partners LLC v. Commissioner of Internal RevenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | FindLaw

    PETALUMA FX PARTNERS, LLC, Ronald Scott Vanderbeek, A Partner other than the Tax Matters Partner, Appellee. v. COMMISSIONER OF INTERNAL REVENUE Service, Appellant.


  3. An Ar EssayRADIO Needed in a Discordant LandRead the original story

    Apr 14, 2011 | American Reporter

    I believe in government, and I believe government ought to do all it reasonably can to make its citizens prosperous. Right now, we have an economy that is trillions in debt, and while it may be improving slowly, it is far from healthy, and the American people - excluding corporations, which are enjoying record profits and record reserves - are anything but prosperous.


  4. Hammond woman hit with federal indictment for alleged identity theft, bogus tax returnsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 |

    A Hammond woman was indicted by a federal grand jury Friday on eight counts of mail fraud and aggravated identity theft, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office in New Orleans. The charges stem from a sprawling "multi-year tax fraud scheme," prosecutors said.


  5. IRS Issues Last-Minute FBAR Filing ReminderRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | JD Supra

    With the June 30 deadline to file the FBAR form fast approaching, the IRS issued another reminder to taxpayers with bank accounts located outside of the United States. The IRS noted that during 2014, the total number of FBAR filers exceeded one million for the first time in history.


  6. Readers offer ideas for putting a woman on the $10 billRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | The Florida Times-Union

    Or that Andrew Jackson should be removed from the $20 bill because he didn't even believe in a national currency. I do not believe we should replace the image of any of our nation's historical leaders on our currency.


  7. Jack Lew: 'We've waited long enough' for a woman on paper moneyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | Washington Examiner

    Secretary Jack Lew said Friday that the Treasury Department wasn't going to wait for the redesign of the $20 bill to put a woman on U.S. paper money, and that it made more sense to displace Alexander Hamilton by redesigning the $10 bill. In an interview with Yahoo Finance , Lew said the $10 bill is set for a redesign now, which is why a woman will soon grace that denomination.


  8. The Deficit is Disappearing, Literally and PoliticallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Fox News

    One of the biggest political hot button issues of the past five years - the federal deficit - is expected to be mostly AWOL from the upcoming presidential election. The reasons for this disappearing act are both practical and political.


  9. Networks Yawn at News IRS Destroyed 24,000 Lois Lerner E-MailsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 |

    On Thursday night, the major broadcast networks ignored a new development in the IRS scandal that the agency erased 422 backup tapes and in turn destroyed 24,000 of embattled former official Lois Lerner. With ABC, CBS, and NBC on the sidelines, the Fox News Channel's Special Report offered a full report on Thursday's House Oversight Committee hearing concerning the multi-year scandal.


  10. Anne Wall Confirmed as Treasury Deputy Under Secretary for Legislative AffairsRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | PressReleasePoint

    Anne Wall was confirmed by the United States Senate to serve as the U.S. Department of the Treasury's Deputy Under Secretary for Legislative Affairs. In this position, Wall is responsible for leading Treasury's engagement with the United States Congress and she will advise Secretary Lew on legislative strategy, communicate Treasury's priorities to Congress, and keep the Department informed of Congressional objectives and concerns.


  11. Senate Introduces Bill to End Offshore Reinsurance Tax BreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | WebCPA

    Senate Finance Committee ranking member Ron Wyden, D-Ore., has introduced legislation aimed at preventing offshore tax avoidance by some U.S. hedge fund 'reinsurers.' The bill, ' The Offshore Reinsurance Tax Fairness Act ,' would close a tax break that allows hedge fund reinsurers to take advantage of an exception to the tax code's passive foreign investment company rules 'We need a fair tax code that doesn't allow for winners and losers,' Wyden said in a statement.


  12. Charls E. Walker, tax lobbyist for Republicans and big business, dies at 91Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Bangor Daily News

    Charls E. Walker, a Republican economist who served as a top Treasury Department official in the Nixon administration and became a prominent and irrepressibly colorful ally as a tax lobbyist for some of the biggest American corporations, died June 2 at a nursing center in Rockville, Maryland. He was 91. Walker was Texas-born and retained a Texas-size affability and swagger long after relocating to the nation's capital, where for decades he was among a select and powerful cadre of Washington insiders with access to presidents and congressional leaders.


  13. With King v. Burwell Decision as a Backdrop, American Health Lawyers...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | PRWeb

    The AHLA Annual Meeting is a unique opportunity to hear directly from government sector speakers...directly involved in crafting regulations and policies. The American Health Lawyers Association invites you to join more than 1,500 health care industry experts in Washington, DC, for the Association's Annual Meeting and In-House Counsel Program.


  14. N.C. Treasury launches $200M program for minority- and women-owned investment firmsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Business Journal

    The N.C. Office of the State Treasurer is seeking small, minority- and woman-owned investment firms to manage a $200 million share of the North Carolina pension fund's private equity investment portfolio. State Treasurer Janet Cowell announced the formation of a new small and emerging managers program, which is designed to build on the success of a similar $300 million program that focused on public equity.


  15. A woman will appear on redesigned $10 bill in 2020. Who will it be?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Washington Post

    Rosa Parks rides on a Montgomery Area Transit System bus. Parks refused to give up her seat on Dec. 1, 1955, and ignited the boycott that led to a federal court ruling against segregation on public transportation.


  16. The Age of NobodyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Townhall

    Nothing is clear yet -- this is, after all, your federal government in ever ham-handed operation -- but as of this writing Alexander Hamilton's portrait is to be airbrushed off the $10 bill. Maybe.


  17. Deadline Approaching for Submission of 2014 BEA Surveys of U.S....Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | JD Supra

    Deadline Approaching for Submission of 2014 BEA Surveys of U.S. Direct Investment Abroad and Foreign Direct Investment in the U.S. The Bureau of Economic Analysis of the U.S. Commerce Department is conducting its quinquennial survey of investment in foreign entities. The BE-10 Benchmark Survey is the most comprehensive survey of U.S. investment abroad.


  18. Women should aim higher than a portrait on the $10 billRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    With the announcement this week by Treasury Secretary Jack Lew that there will be a woman on the $10 bill, I found myself daydreaming about all the new equality that will presumably come with such a historic and meaningful honor. Because, surely, with all the current economic problems we're attempting to solve - a still unstable job market, widening income inequality, rising poverty - the United States government wouldn't waste its valuable time on some kind of empty symbolic gesture.


  19. Tarullo Sees No Convincing Explanation for Liquidity ChangesRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | The Washington Post

    Something does seem to have changed, including market structure, a bigger role for asset managers than before the 2008 financial crisis and the growth of high-frequency trading, Tarullo said Thursday at a conference in New York. Wall Street bankers including JPMorgan Chase & Co.


  20. Here's Who Members of Congress Want to See on the New $10 BillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 25 | KRVN-AM Lexington

    During a briefing with reporters, Pelosi said she would add Perkins, who served as President Franklin Roosevelt's Labor Secretary and who, as the chairwoman of the 1934 President's Committee on Economic Security, was instrumental in authoring the Social Security Act of 1935. "She certainly has affected many lives," Pelosi said, although she added, "I'm a big fan of so many of the women who are being suggested and any one of them would be absolutely great."