The federal government expects to make payments to millions of Americans in mid-April as part of the new stimulus law. However, some people without direct deposit information may not get their checks until mid-August or later.
Today, the IRS released to the Committee another parody video made with taxpayer dollars. This time, the video is a parody of Donald Trump’s “The Apprentice.” Based on information provided by the IRS, the cost of the video was approximately $10,000 and was made to be shown at an IRS Small Business/Self-Employed Division Conference.
Ousted acting IRS chief Steven Miller testified on Friday before the U.S. House Ways and Means Committee about the scandal involving the agency, which admitted to targeting conservative, TEA Party and religious groups for audits.
With the IRS admitting to targeting conservative groups for audits, and now the subsequent stepping down of acting Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Steven Miller, Minden Congressman Dr. John Fleming (R) says it's now time to audit the IRS.
When Stephen McDow discovered there was an extra $110,000 from the IRS in his checking account, it was probably one of the best days of his life.
Unfortunately, the money wasn’t for him.
First let me give credit to Tracy Wirtz and KATC TV 3 for bringing this story to my attention. Tracy and I were discussing tax preparation and different software that folks like me and you can use to help us navigate through the I.R.S. web of confusion. That is when she pulled out this little fact and shared it with me, so I am sharing it with you. If you plan on itemizing your Federal Return, the