Today, April 15, is Tax Day, and while most of you have filed your 2012 returns, surely some of you out there are going down to the very last minute ... or maybe even a bit beyond. Here are a few important reminders:
The IRS has issued its annual warning about the "Dirty Dozen" schemes out there—ways that certain disreputable folks will try to steal your money or methods people use to hide financial information from the tax agency.
It takes at least a few days, sometimes longer, to receive your refund after you've filed your taxes with the IRS. Some people, though, just can't seem to wait. This almost certainly is a bad decision.
One of our listeners called in to express her disdain for driving in the city of Buffalo after there's been a snowfall, because she feels as if our streets are neglected and plows are taking way too long to get our streets cleared
With tax season among us once again, some may be reeling at the thought of not only the process of filing taxes but the high fees that sometimes accompany them. The IRS says using such free services can save $100 to $300 in preparation fees compared with paid tax preparers.
Beanie Sigel on The Only Night Show That Matters with Dj Supreme. Beanie Sigel talks about his tax evasion charges. How it is unfair that the government takes taxes from people with out giving anything back
The government is aiming to get the $6 millie Nas owes them courtesy of his publishing. The next Nas album may be all proceeds to the U.S. government. Nas has had a history of incorrect filing for taxes for a couple of years now causing the U
Rap mogul Jay-Z says he’s cool with paying higher taxes just as long as the monies are allocated to worthy causes. During an interview with CNN, a reporter asked the ‘Throne’ rapper about his feelings on President Obama’s battle with the Republican Congress to raise taxes on the rich to help extend the payroll tax cut for American workers.
I guess the old saying "Mo Money Mo Problems" is definitely true for Ja Rule. He currently in prison serving charges for being found in New York City with a gun on his person. When he is finished with that prison time he has to report to a federal prison to serve time for tax evasion.
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