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  1. IRS can't figure out medical-device tax, U.S. Treasury saysRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Business Journal

    The Internal Revenue Service is struggling to determine which businesses must pay an excise tax on medical devices, according to a U.S. Treasury report.


  2. Revolving door at regulator CFPB enables former bureaucrats to cash in at taxpayers' expenseRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | AEI

    What's remarkable about the revolving-door action at the CFPB this year is that it's completely unremarkable for the agency Peter Carroll helped shape the mortgage regulations at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau until this spring.


  3. Sanctions cause Iranian airplane crashesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Hill

    On August 10, a Sepahan Air regional airliner crashed in a neighborhood in densely populated Tehran, killing 39. This latest incident is just one in a spate of air accidents in Iran, where the imposition of sanctions by the West has severely impacted the safety of civilian aircraft.


  4. Image DescriptionRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2014 | Coin World

    Assembling Barber dime set tests mettle of average collector By Paul Gilkes COIN WORLD Staff One of the most popular and challenging U.S. coin series is the Barber dime - not only because it's the work of the prolific and controversial Chief Engraver Char... READ MORE Assembling Barber dime set tests mettle of average collector By Paul Gilkes COIN ... (more)


  5. This date in Free Press history: August 20Read the original story

    4 hrs ago | Kinston Free Press

    Sixty days is allowed in which the buildings, all frame structures, and debris are to be removed preparatory to commencing construction of the new postoffice there.


  6. CRE Deal Volume, Pricing Shift UpwardRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago |

    Save the date: October 21-22 and be part of the action at CCIM THRIVE , a dynamic event and collaboration between and CCIM.


  7. Letter: FairTax might even attract foreign business to U.S.Read the original story

    8 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

    Instead of using an executive order to penalize U.S. corporations planning to move their headquarters to countries with a friendlier tax environment, I recommend that the president urge both houses of Congress to enact the FairTax , which would eliminate all corporate/business income taxes.


  8. Cognizant deal with Health Net has encouraging read through, says CowenRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 6 |

    Health Net price target raised to $68 from $60 at Sterne Agee Sterne Agee increased its price target on Health Net as the firm expects the company to perform well regardless of challenges in its sector.


  9. Council votes - no' to property paymentRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Observer

    A resolution that would have transferred $50,000 from the city of Dunkirk to the Dunkirk Local Development Corporation to allow the DLDC to make a Sept.


  10. An electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, is 'the most significant threat' to ...Read the original story

    19 hrs ago | Business of Life

    An electromagnetic pulse, or EMP, is "the most significant threat" to the U.S. and our allies in the world.


  11. Schneider, Dold disclose 2013 tax returns; Schneider criticized for filing separately from wifeRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Glenview Announcements

    Disclosure of income tax information continues to be a campaign issue for Rep. Brad Schneider even after he made his 2013 return public.


  12. Two trillion in federal benefits paid in 2013 - America is dead brokeRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    A dip in the national deficit or even a balanced budget will never be possible until federal spending is brought under control.


  13. IRS Provides Transition Relief on Section 470Read the original story

    Mar 15, 2005 | Lipper HedgeWorld News

    The U.S. Treasury has issued Notice 2005-29, providing transition relief for partnerships from new Section 470 of the Internal Revenue Code involving tax-exempt use property.


  14. Is it time for territorial taxation of businesses and individuals?Read the original story

    21 hrs ago | Don't Mess With Taxes

    The ability of Uncle Sam to tax money earned all over the world has come under scrutiny thanks to the recent rash, Walgreens notwithstanding , of corporate tax inversions.


  15. Why 'G-Fees' Have Taken Center Stage in Housing Finance DebateRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | National Mortgage News

    "I don't think it's FHFA's role to contract the footprint of Fannie and Freddie," FHFA Director Mel Watt said in a May 13 speech.


  16. Kalamazoo vice mayor would have 'serious reservations' about $100...Read the original story

    Monday |

    Whether the Kalamazoo City Commission votes to issue up to $100 million in bonds may depend on whether the city is able to get concessions from retirees.


  17. Inversions don't always pay off for investors - Treasury prepping...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Politico

    INVERSIONS DON'T ALWAYS PAY OFF FOR INVESTORS. Inversions might be the hottest trend in tax world this summer, but a new Reuters analysis has found that moving HQs overseas doesn't always mean better performances in the market.


  18. Banks still wary of marijuana businessesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ABC2 Maryland

    Banks are having a bad reaction to new federal guidelines meant to help them work with marijuana businesses in states where the drug is legal.


  19. Ten Facts About FATCA, America's Manifest Destiny Law Changing Banking WorldwideRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    Never heard of FATCA? You will. FATCA -the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act-is America's global tax law.


  20. IRS employee charged with storing records of other IRS workers on home computerRead the original story

    Monday | Washington Times

    An IRS employee is facing criminal charges that he disclosed personal information on former and current agency employees and contractors from data he had stored on his home computer network.