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  • IRS Tax Audit

    12.01.2014 14 0

    Learn Federal Income Taxes

    IRS Tax Audit

    An IRS audit is a review/examination of an organization?s or individual?s accounts and financial information to ensure information is being reported correctly, according to the tax laws, to verify the amount of tax reported is accurate. A tax audit is when the IRS decides to examine your tax return a little more closely and verify that your income and deductions are accurate.

    16 irs-tax-audit-red-flags: Tempting Audit Baits For Tax Auditor

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  • IRS Tax Relief

    12.01.2014 11 0

    Learn Federal Income Taxes

    IRS Tax Relief

    Developed with the ordinary citizen in mind and a focus on the most common tax related issues they face. Our goal is to try to minimize some of the confusion inherent in tax matters. was designed to help taxpayers quickly find helpful, easy-to-understand tax information, valuable  IRS Tax Relief, Tax Debt Help, IRS Forms and special offers, as well as tax-related services with the mission to be the most user friendly tax related website possible. Again, we strive to help citizens tackle their most common tax issues.  For help with less common tax topics or for more in depth information on tax topics we do cover, we encourage you to visit IRS.gov.

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  • The Slippery Slope of Internet Control

    01.28.2013 1 0

    FurtherEd TV - Fridays @ 10:00am on Ustream

    The Slippery Slope of Internet Control

    In this day and age, you have instant access to all of the content you wish, at your fingertips, thank to the internet. However, recently, the U.S. government as taken steps to regulate the internet through legislation. At what point does this control turn into censorship? How successful can this regulation truly be? To sort this out, we are joined by attorney Markham Erickson, who served as lead counsel to Google, eBay, Amazon,com, and Skype, of NetCoalition, and Hillel I. Parness who represents and advises clients in copyright, trademark, and internet legislation. Markham Erickson, Net Coalition, Holch & Erickson LLP Hillel I. Parness, Robins, Kaplan, Miller & Ciresi LLLP

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  • Police Misconduct and its Impact on Justice

    01.28.2013 1 0

    FurtherEd TV - Fridays @ 10:00am on Ustream

    Police Misconduct and its Impact on Justice

    The Occupy Wall Street Movement in New York and throughout the country has sparked numerous allegations of policy brutality. Combined with recent allegations of New York City police officers committing rape and the ticket fix scandal, the public will no longer tolerate misconduct on any level. Today we will look at the truth behind these allegations, what the police community is doing to remedy them. Guests are attorney John Patten, who represents police officers, as well as attorney Edward Friedman, whose clients include victims of police brutality. Guests: John Patten - Dansker & Aspromonte Edward Friedman, Attorney at Law

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  • The Mounting Phenomenon of False Convictions

    01.28.2013 1 0

    FurtherEd TV - Fridays @ 10:00am on Ustream

    The Mounting Phenomenon of False Convictions

    Lawline TV addresses the criminal justice system, its major problems, and the direction for the future. Recently, there have been issues involving false convictions and coerced confessions despite advances in technology and DNA evidence. Guests are Criminal Defense Attorney Brian Griffin and Cardozo Innocence Project Staff Attorney Olga Akselrod, discussing what needs to be done to fix the system. Guests: Brian Griffin - Foley Griffin, LLP Olga Akselrod - Cardozo Innocence Project

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  • Starting and Owning Your Own Franchise

    01.28.2013 1 0

    FurtherEd TV - Fridays @ 10:00am on Ustream

    Starting and Owning Your Own Franchise

    Have you ever thought of owning your own Subway, or UPS Store? Today we will discuss the important information you need to know in starting and owning your own franchise. Our guests are attorney Jerry Marks, who practices franchise law, and Edward Teixeira, Founder and President of Franchise KnowHow, LLC, and author of "Franchising from the Inside Out."

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  • Religion and the Law - Where to Draw the Line

    01.28.2013 1 0

    FurtherEd TV - Fridays @ 10:00am on Ustream

    Religion and the Law - Where to Draw the Line

    According to the the Constitution there should be a separation of church and state. However, to what extent do cities and states have the right to regulate the use of public schools by religious groups who want to hold religious functions and other services in schools? To answer this question and more is Christine Kopec, a professor of business and ethics at Skidmore College, and Micah Bochart, an activist for the National Organization for Women and assistant producer at Lawline. Christine Kopec - Skidmore College Micah Bochart - National Organization for Women

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  • Divorce

    10.01.2012 1 0

    Live and Learn

    Divorce

    Divorce is sad; but, sometimes necessary -- learn to survive it

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