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Archive for November, 2014

Absolute Software Q1 profit falls to 0K on higher taxes; dividend increased
VANCOUVER – Security software specialist Absolute Software Corp. (TSX:ABT) says a big increase in income tax expense and a foreign exchange loss contributed to a sharp drop in net income in its fiscal 2015 first quarter. However, the company said that …
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China Says 'Company M' Owes It 0 Million Taxes
The description matches, at least in part, that of U.S. software giant Microsoft, a Fortune 500 company that set up its Chinese subsidiary Microsoft (China) Co. in Beijing in 1995. China's State Administration of Taxation did not immediately respond to …
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Gov.-elect Ige committed to inclusive government
He'd like to tackle upgrading technology in the state's budgeting software and its tax system, which could help raise money and help the state analyze how its spending money, he said. Ige believes hundreds of millions of dollars in unpaid taxes are …
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Maker of Snus, a Smokeless Tobacco, Says It's Less Harmful Than Cigarettes
Since 2009, when Congress passed a law allowing the F.D.A. to consider such “modified risk” warnings, a few requests have come before the agency. The Swedish Match … A pack of 19 Marlboro cigarettes costs 56 kronor, or about $ 7.50, of which 75 …
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Feds probe LaPlace bar owner for BP claims, tax filings
According to the complaint, bar employees said Nevers had a line of clients clutching their tax forms during tax season each year, and IRS agents said she was responsible for at least 735 fraudulent returns from 2009 to 2011. Nevers never listed …
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Perry to make use of last month as governor
The rebirth of first,” by Tom Robbins: “[F]irst class is more popular than ever, with a 34 per cent rise in the number of seats … this year compared with 2009 … The increase comes as airlines invest significant sums to shift the first-class …
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Philadelphia, PA (PRWEB) January 14, 2014

In an article titled “4 Ways You Can Put Your Income Tax Refund To Good Use,” Debt Consolidation USA give out tips to consumers about how they can utilize this extra money. Published January 10, this timely article can be something that consumers can include in their financial plans for 2014. The income tax refund is not really free money, but it is available money that consumers can claim to use in their household expenses.

Debt Consolidation USA provide 4 distinct suggestions that consumers can choose to use their income tax refund on.

1. Pay debt obligations. The article suggests that consumers should take care of their credit obligations. If this is not part of the budget, Debt Consolidation USA believes that this is the best place to put the income tax refund. At least, it will be one less to worry about.

2. Save the money. Another suggestion from the article is to save it. This is most advised for people who do not have enough money in their reserve fund. At the very least, it will help the consumer stay out of debt when the unexpected expense arises.

3. Invest the money. Investing is a great way to grow one’s money. The consumer is encouraged to invest in stocks and bonds – at least, if they do not have much debt and they have an emergency fund.

4. Increase the value of personal assets. This mainly refers to financing home improvements. The idea is to increase the value of the home – which will increase the personal net worth of the consumer. It can also be used to finance the studies of the consumer to help them get a raise.

The article strongly discourages consumers from using the money for entertainment purposes. It will be a waste of the money especially if the consumer has some debts to pay off.

Debt Consolidation USA also provide additional information about when consumers should file their income tax returns. They are highly advised to file early or before April 15. If they cannot file during these times, they are advised to file for an extension so they can file before October 15. Bottom line is, to make sure that they can file. According to the article, the income tax return is the consumer’s unclaimed money and it is not growing with the IRS. Even if the consumer is not planning on using it, they can at least put it in a savings account so it can grow on the interest.

To read the whole article click on this link: http://www.debtconsolidationusa.com/personal-finance/4-ways-you-can-put-your-income-tax-refund-to-good-use.html.

Debt Consolidation USA is a member of the International Association of Professional Debt Arbitrators (IAPDA) and is striving to be a one stop source of information about debt relief and personal finance.







Can Illinois survive an income tax rollback?

Can Illinois survive an income tax rollback?
A week ago we explained why the race for governor of Illinois isn't only about whether incumbent Pat Quinn or challenger Bruce Rauner will be Illinois' CEO for four years. This contest also is a referendum on the future of the 67 percent personal …
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South Elgin man sent to prison for tax evasion
A 64-year-old South Elgin resident and former suburban homebuilder has been sentenced to 30 months in federal prison for not paying more than $ 1.27 million in federal income taxes and for not revealing business interests in his personal bankruptcy case.
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North Dakota lawmaker wants no state income tax
The Mandan Republican said the idea of eliminating or suspending the state income tax, which has been on the books since 1919, has come up before but hasn't gone anywhere. He said it's unclear if the GOP-controlled Legislature "has the political will …
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New York, New York (PRWEB) April 10, 2013

Money flows all year long in New York City. But at tax time, many career women see it flow right to them. Appearance-driven professionals are spending some of it on permanent makeup as a personal reward for their hard work.

The Internal Revenue Service reports this year that more than three-quarters of the Americans filing income tax statements will receive a refund. They say the average tax refund check is greater than $ 3,000. Some will send the money right back to work for them on Wall Street. Others may pay down credit card debt. But every Spring, many tri-state area women turn their refunds into rewards by investing in their appearance. Permanent makeup presents unique value and benefits among cosmetic services in terms of time and money.

“There are a few reasons working women spend income tax refunds on themselves,” says Sally Hayes, a permanent makeup NYC artist based in Lower Manhattan. “Uncle Sam and Mother Nature come together to create a golden opportunity for women. Those who have trouble saving money instantly have what they need to look the way they want. And don’t forget every Spring creates a time of new hope and new beginnings for many women.”

Since 1986, Hayes has been helping women enjoy new beginnings with a fresh, youthful appearance enhanced by permanent makeup. She specializes in a number of procedures including eyebrow tattoos, permanent eyeliner, and permanent lip makeup. Her permanent makeup NYC location is downtown inside the offices of Tribeca Plastic Surgery.

Permanent makeup, also known as permanent cosmetics or micropigmentation is the process of tattooing dermatological tested pigments into the dermis layer of the skin. It creates the appearance of balanced, natural-looking makeup for women, with results which last for years. The benefits appeal mostly to those who want to save time every day, or just want to look and feel more beautiful.

“Like it or every career woman is judged on her appearance. It doesn’t matter what industry. It doesn’t matter whether she works in New York, New Jersey, or Connecticut,” says Hayes. “So every working woman who understands the importance of how she looks also knows investing in her appearance delivers both professional and personal rewards. Besides, after working hard all year, what woman wouldn’t want to feel like she’s earned the right to use some of her income tax refund for a bit of pampering?

About Sally Hayes Permanent Makeup

Sally Hayes is highly regarded across the United States as a leading permanent makeup expert artist. Many leading cosmetic surgeons refer their patients to her. In her career spanning more than 25 years, she has performed tens of thousands of successful permanent makeup procedures mostly for women who want to enjoy added freedom and confidence in their appearance.

Contact Information:

Sally Hayes Permanent Makeup

44 Hudson Street

(inside offices of Tribeca Plastic Surgery)

New York, NY 10013

(646) 606-2820







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