Time again to take a break from your work, grab a fresh cup of coffee, and kick back for a moment to read the all new Pew Law Center Arizona Bankruptcy Newsletter, March 2012. Just to pique your curiosity, here’s a taste of what we’ve published in this month’s newsletter.
Our bankruptcy laws stem from one founding instrument – the United States Constitution, created in 1787 and ratified in 1788. What a great place to begin a discussion about the federal protections afforded to ordinary citizens; those who seek relief from overwhelming debt and unrelenting bill collectors. Anyone who files for bankruptcy will walk away from this article feeling much better about themselves, knowing they’re in very good company.
This tax article involves unpaid payroll employment taxes, $1.4 million in restitution from B.P. Security and Investigations, Inc., to the IRS, and possible prison time for the company’s president, Michael Lee Benson.
In Rhode Island, vice president of the United Association of Journeyman and Apprentices of the Plumbing and Pipe Fitting Industry, Kenneth Aurecchia, pleaded guilty to tax fraud.
The Chapter 7 Means Test is demystified in this article, for everyone. We’ve unveiled its essence, the purpose and application of the Means Test, so that ordinary consumer debtors have even less to worry about when considering bankruptcy protection.
Avoiding the unpleasant is a natural response for all of us, but it won’t serve you well when it comes to preparing your tax returns. This article is all about providing you with telephone numbers and online links for your tax preparation and filing needs. Many of the resources we’ve provided are FREE and available right here in your local community.
We have some interesting FAQs about IRS audit statistics this month, too. If you’re wondering what the odds are of receiving a Notice of Audit in your own mailbox, then you definitely want to read this segment.
The Pew Law Center is celebrating attorney Lawrence ‘D’ Pew’s newest book release – Tax Secrets the IRS Doesn’t Want You to Know! The clock is running, so make sure you view our March newsletter so you can take advantage of our limited time offer.
If you haven’t yet taken that break and refilled your cup of coffee, now’s definitely the time!
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