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More info on IRS crimes

Posted by taxguru on October 10, 2013

While IRS may be on vacation, more details of their illegal attacks on opponents of the BHO Regime, as well as the direct White House involvement, are emerging.  Don’t hold your breath waiting for the MSM to report any of this.

This clip from the congressional hearing is very illustrative of how the DemonRats are trying to sabotage and make a mockery of any attempt to hold the IRS employees accountable for their crimes.  It would obviously be a very different story if the White House occupant were Republican.

 

IRS, White House officials that shared confidential taxpayer info had 155 White House meetings –  Not Lois Lerner this time.  The other IRS “Master Criminal,” Sarah Hall Ingram.

 White House, IRS exchanged confidential taxpayer info

Issa Committee uncovers IRS providing confidential taxpayer information to White House

IRS Officials Sent Private Data Over Personal Email Accounts

Beginners QuickBooks 2013 Training Videos

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Business-Friendly vs Hostile States

Posted by taxguru on October 10, 2013

Interesting report from the Tax Foundation as to the relative business tax climate of the various States in this country. 

Ranked from 1 as the most business friendly to 50 as the worst place to conduct business, the winners and losers are:

Top 10

  1. Wyoming
  2. South Dakota
  3. Nevada
  4. Alaska
  5. Florida
  6. Washington
  7. Montana
  8. New Hampshire
  9. Utah
  10. Indiana

 

Bottom 10

  1. Maryland
  2. Connecticut
  3. Wisconsin
  4. North Carolina
  5. Vermont
  6. Rhode Island
  7. Minnesota
  8. California
  9. New Jersey
  10. New York

 

Their summary of the report:  2014 State Business Tax Climate Index

The full report : 56 page pdf

Washington Posts’s article about this report: Western U.S. best for business, Tax Foundation says

 

 

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