Tax Lien

Do you live in Idaho? Have you received a letter regarding unpaid taxes? Make Sure It’s Not a Scam, Warn Officials

The Idaho State Tax Commission and Idaho Attorney General Lawrence Wasden are warning the public of a taxpayer-targeting scam that aims to intimidate and steal money from residents, according to a Press release. Taxpayers reported receiving threatening letters from the “Tax Processing Center” or “Tax Processing Unit” claiming that the …

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Takeaways from the RE tax foreclosure decision of 6th Circ.

By Scott Bernstein (January 25, 2022, 6:00 PM EST) – A first impression case before the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit – Lowry v. Southfield Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative[1] — answered two questions. The first is whether article 548 of the Bankruptcy Code,[2] which helps to avoid …

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Wealth Chronicle: Avoiding Tax Scams This Tax Season – Brainerd Dispatch

Taxes are one of the two certainties of life. But we could add a third: tax season schemes that attempt to steal your identity — and possibly your refund. Between January and April, authorities expect a wave of phishing scams by phone and email related to taxation and cases of …

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The NFL’s double standard for black coaches exposed again

Despite the NFL’s best efforts to introduce and legislate more diversity through the Rooney Rule, it’s the same old process and the same old faces. In a league where approximately 70% of the players are black, there is currently one black head coach (Mike Tomlin of Pittsburgh). That’s half the …

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Heather Dubrow feuds with Noella Bergener in Real Housewives of Orange County mid-season trailer

Their friendship ended almost as soon as it began as Heather Dubrow was at odds with Noella Bergener in the Real Housewives of Orange County mid-season trailer. Heather and Noella attempted to mend their frayed bond the previous week, but to no avail, as she told Bergener, “You’re a liar …

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What will change at Bushwick this year? Local elected officials set goals for 2022: Bushwick Daily

A new year means new resolutions, goals and goals for those who represent Bushwick voters. Last week, Bushwick Daily spoke to six local elected officials, as some settled into their new or renewed roles, to ask what their goals were for 2022. Overall, our leaders said housing , health and …

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Constitutional challenge filed against Oklahoma storm costs bond sale

How February’s winter storm could impact your OG&E bill In February, a winter storm caused soaring natural gas prices and increased fuel costs for customers of the state’s regulated utilities. Addison Kliewer, Oklahoma A former Oklahoma lawmaker filed a protest on Friday against a pending application to the Oklahoma Supreme …

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National and local tax deduction for 2021 and 2022

This tax filing season, state and local tax deduction limits mean many more taxpayers are using the standard deduction. The standard deduction is as follows in 2021 and 2022: Filing status Flat rate deduction 2021 Flat rate deduction 2022 Only; Married filed separately $12,550 $12,950 Joint Declaration of Married Spouses …

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Uber Eats withheld over $ 11,000 owed to New York restaurant on $ 500 IRS debt

For two months, Uber Eats withheld proceeds from a takeout order valued at over $ 11,000 from International Wings Factory, a popular chicken restaurant on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.. The reason? An unpaid invoice for $ 498.97 from the Internal Revenue Service. The IRS contacted the restaurant’s vendors late last …

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NEW JERSEY CHANCERY SUPERIOR COURT ATLANTIC COUNTY DOCKET DIVISION NO. | Legal notices

NEW JERSEY CHANCERY SUPERIOR COURT ATLANTIC COUNTY DOCKET DIVISION NO. F-5386-21 NOTICE TO DEFENDANTS ABSENT FROM NEW JERSEY STATE TO: JORGE AYALA-CHANG BLANCA MANCHENO DE AYALA YOU ARE HEREBY MEETING AND OBLIGED to serve on Fein, Such, Kahn & Shepard, PC, Plaintiff’s attorneys , whose address is 7 Century Drive, …

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