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Wednesday, November 11th, 2009 at 2:05pm
Identity Theft is a multifaceted problem that has grown to epidemic proportions with the development of the internet and of the on-line economy.
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When somebody says "not bad for government-work," a lot of feds cringe, even if it is meant as a back-handed compliment. Senior Correspondent Mike Causey's column today is about a different kind of performance rating for government heroes.
You would think that a suicide-by-airplane attack on a federal building would provoke outrage in Congress, but Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says that most politicians are apparently too busy to comment when the victim is the IRS.
New and expanded deductions and credits came into being for a broad cross-section of taxpayers: College tax benefits for parents and students; energy credits for homeowners who are going green; and even tax breaks for home buyers and car buyers.
The homebuyer tax credit has been given more time to cover more people, including some very special federal employees.
Listen as host Bob Leins welcomes Certified Financial Planner Ed Zurndorfer.
Jan. 11, 2010
Federal workers owe more than $3 billion in income taxes they failed to pay in 2008. According to Internal Revenue Service documents, 276,300 federal employees and retirees owe $3,042,200,000.
The Initiative underscores to federal agencies the importance of recruiting and training veterans, aims to increase the employment of veterans within the Executive Branch, and helps recently hired veterans adjust to service in a civilian capacity.