12 Terrible Things That Could Happen If You Don’t Do Your Taxes

Libby Kane Taxes are due today. We’re hoping that doesn’t come as a shock. If you don’t file and pay your taxes, however, the things that could happen to you are pretty shocking. Julius Green, CPA and tax practice leader for ParenteBeard in the Philadelphia region, explained to us the potential consequences of letting April 15 come …

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Top Seven Reasons the IRS Shouldn’t Do Your Taxes for You

  Posted by Ryan Ellis There has been the usual tax day-related glut of articles from liberal publications urging a federal takeover of the tax preparation business.  As always, the ultra-left wing blog Pro Publica took the lead, followed predictably by outlets such as Slate, Vox, and Tax Analysts, as well as respectable news outlets like Bloomberg View and Yahoo!. The basic argument …

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Transportation Chief: 5 Airlines probed for price-gouging

By JOAN LOWY FILE – In this March 13, 2014 file photo, Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx is shown during… Read more WASHINGTON (AP) — Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said Friday the government has opened a price-gouging investigation involving five airlines that allegedly raised airfares in the Northeast after a deadly Amtrak crash in Philadelphia in …

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Feds investigating 5 airlines for possible price gouging after deadly Amtrak crash

Michael A. Lindenberger Follow Lindenberger Email mlindenberger@dallasnews.com Eight people died and more than 200 were injured when an Amtrak train derailed at more than 100 mph on May 12 in Philadelphia. (File 2015/The Associated Press) Letters also sent to Delta, JetBlue and United Related 05-19-15: Investigators unsrure anything hit Amtrak train 05-13-15: Train was topping …

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