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  • Let's cut to the chase: America the dictatorship

    Let's cut to the chase: America the dictatorship
    Well, that pretty much settles it. My fellow Americans, I have heard and understood the loud and unequivocal message you sent with this year's election: Liberty is for losers. True, we have not been a free people in some time. It's been a long and...
  • Bel Air payroll company accused in lawsuits of stealing from clients

    Bel Air payroll company accused in lawsuits of stealing from clients
    Accu-pay, a Bel Air payroll company, shut its doors Wednesday after a local business filed suit, claiming the company didn't pay withheld taxes to the IRS, and a judge quickly issued an order telling its owners refrain from destroying any documents or...
  • Social Security Administration will avoid furloughs, union says

    Social Security Administration will avoid furloughs, union says
    WASHINGTON -- Officials at the Woodlawn-based Social Security Administration informed employees they do not anticipate furloughs when across-the-board federal budget cuts go into effect, the union that represents many of those workers said Thursday. The...
  • Cocaine secreted in strawberries and a hefty take for the feds

    Federal prosecutors in August 2012 announced that two men, Bryan Eammon Williams and Lawrence Lee Hayes, had been sentenced to 11 years and 15 years respectively for their roles in a cocaine distribution conspiracy. The details of the case are rather...
  • Leopold repays raises to Anne Arundel Co. taxpayers

    Leopold repays raises to Anne Arundel Co. taxpayers
    When Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold returned his automatic pay raise in solidarity with county workers, he also entitled himself to an income tax deduction. Leopold says he declined it. Because the returns technically amount to a donation...
  • 'Wage theft' prevails in post-recession economy

    'Wage theft' prevails in post-recession economy
    Behind the counter at a convenience store in Princess Anne, Elvira Orellana worked 72 hours a week, making sandwiches, cleaning the kitchen and ordering the ingredients to prepare oxtail, curry chicken and cheese steaks. Her employer paid her $648 a week...
  • IRS grants taxpayers afffected by Boston bombings filing extension

    IRS grants taxpayers afffected by Boston bombings filing extension
    The IRS says it will extend the tax deadline for filing and paying taxes to July 15 for Boston area taxpayers and others affected by the bombing on Monday, the tax deadline. This three-month extension will automatically apply to taxpayers living in...
  • Free tax preparation help at Ellicott City Senior Center [Ellicott City]

    The Ellicott City Senior Center is one of the host sites for senior citizens in need of free tax preparation help. The American Association of Retired Persons and the Internal Revenue Service are currently offering free personal income tax preparation...
  • Liberal intolerance and the furor over Ben Carson

    Liberal intolerance and the furor over Ben Carson
    Liberal media have again shown that they can be just as self-righteous and intolerant as their ardent conservative adversaries. How else to account for the recent furor over views expressed by a world-renowned pediatric surgeon, neurologist and...
  • Mikulski demands IRS action on AccuPay

    Mikulski demands IRS action on AccuPay
    Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski on Monday again urged the Internal Revenue Service to "get to the bottom of allegations" that AccuPay, a payroll servicer based in Harford County, failed to pass clients' tax payments on to state and federal collection agencies....
  • AccuPay president refuses to testify in bankruptcy court

    AccuPay president refuses to testify in bankruptcy court
    The nearly two dozen creditors of payroll firm AccuPay Inc. who jammed a hearing room in Baltimore's federal courthouse Tuesday left with no more answers than when they arrived. Bel Air-based AccuPay, which filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in March, is...
  • Average federal salary up, despite pay freeze

    The "average" federal employee salary is nearly $78,500, an amount that has risen by about $1,800 in the past two years despite a general freeze on salary rates, according to the Office of Personnel Management. As of September, OPM reported last week,...