Posts Tagged ‘IRS’

Eyeview Hollywood Joan Rivers Blasts Obama, Lois About To Use Her Super Powers

July 4, 2014

Joan Rivers, no stranger to controversy, told a reporter this week that President Barack Obama is gay and that his wife, First Lady Michelle, is “a transgender.” Asked by a reporter on the street whether the U.S. will ever see a gay president, the 81-year-old Rivers responded, “We already have it with Obama, so let’s just calm down.” Lois ready to use her super powers.



The IRS Hammers News Anchor After Obama Interview, When The IRS Has Your Health They Have Everything

May 15, 2013

Larry Conners, a veteran local news anchor at KMOV Channel 4 in St. Louis, says that the Internal Revenue Service has been targeting him since an April 2012 interview he conducted with President Obama — a fact that he dismissed as coincidence until the recent reports about the IRS targeting conservative groups.

“Shortly after I did my April 2012 interview with President Obama, my wife, friends and some viewers suggested that I might need to watch out for the IRS. I don’t accept ‘conspiracy theories’, but I do know that almost immediately after the interview, the IRS started hammering me,” Conners wrote on his Facebook page late Monday night.

IRS to help hammer out Obamacare. When the IRS has your health they have everything…


IRS Using Facebook To Be Your Friend With No Benefits

April 8, 2013

You have until April 15th to file a return – and the IRS will be collecting a lot more than just taxes this year. According to several reports, the agency will also be collecting personal information from sites like Facebook and Twitter. It says the effort is to catch people trying to beat the system, but some say it goes too far. Attorney Kristen Mathews warns to be careful with what you say on social media platforms. She has concerns the government is pushing the limits of what has historically been considered private.

IRS using Facebook to be your Facebook friend with no benefits..






Phil Mickelson Looks At Getting Out Of Golf… Even With A 62.

January 21, 2013

Phil Mickelson has hinted at a move away from California, perhaps the United States, and maybe even away from golf as he seeks to escape punitive taxes. Phil Mickelson says that because of recent changes, he would pay a 62 percent rate on his taxes.”If you add up all the federal and you look at the disability and the unemployment and the Social Security and the state, my tax rate’s 62, 63 percent,” Mickelson said. “So I’ve got to make some decisions on what I’m going to do.”

Phil Mickelson comtemplates getting out of golf with a 62. KPMG weeps..



Delays In Processing 2010 Tax Forms Based On Unchanges To Projected Changes On 2011 Tax Brackets, Now We Have To Not Pass A Bill To See What Was In It

January 2, 2011

Itemize your tax deductions? Itching for a refund? You’re going to have to wait.

The IRS said that it needs until mid- to late-February to reprogram its processing systems because Congress acted so late this year cleaning up the tax code. The bill, which includes deductions for state and local sales taxes, college tuition and teacher expenses, wasn’t signed into law until Dec. 17. 

The bill ensured that the federal income tax rates would not change, and itemized deductions will continue to be allowed in full for high-income taxpayers.

As a result, the 50 million taxpayers who itemize their deductions will have to hold off for a bit before they file. Of course, not everyone files early: only about 9 million of the 140 million U.S. tax filers filed in January or February of last year.

“The majority of taxpayers will be able to fill out their tax returns and file them as they normally do,” said IRS Commissioner Doug Shulman in a statement. “The IRS will work through the holidays and into the New Year to get our systems reprogrammed and ensure taxpayers have a smooth tax season.”

Based on this, there must have been some  retroactive unannounced changes in 2010 tax code writen  into the hotly debated 2011 tax bracket unchange.

 Now we have to not pass a bill to see what retroactively did not go into effect..

Unchange thats f’ing  unbelievable.


Oprah Winfrey Audience Living Large In Australia, Australia Tourism Minister And IRS On Standby

December 7, 2010

 Oprah Winfrey’s giddy audience of 300 arrived in Australia from the U.S. on Tuesday to begin enjoying the talk show queen’s ultimate giveaway – an eight-day journey across the land Down Under.

Winfrey kicked off her 25th and final season of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” in September by surprising her shrieking, jumping and sobbing fans with what she’s billed as the trip of a lifetime. The hand-picked audience was made up of some of who the program called its most loyal viewers over the years.

The itinerary for “Oprah’s Ultimate Australian Adventure” had been kept a closely guarded secret, with audience members still left in the dark upon their arrival in Sydney. But travel details finally released by Australia’s tourism minister later Tuesday reveal a sweeping adventure in store for Winfrey’s fans, with trips planned to each of the country’s eight states and territories.

“I would have never thought little bitty ol’ me would ever have this opportunity,” Orlando Bogins of Detroit said as he arrived at Sydney’s airport. “It came at such a very hard time in my life – my mom had nine hours (of) surgery, I was laid off from my job and my house had been broken into. So we had all of that happen, and then I got notification that I was selected to go on the Oprah show.”
Orlando Bogins enjoys trip of a life time before receiving an IRS tax bill of a life time..


Dems Unleashing IRS and Justice Department On Political Opponents, Lap Dog Press Quite

October 12, 2010

If at first you don’t succeed, get some friends in high places to shut your opponents up. That’s the latest Washington power play, as Democrats and liberals attack the Chamber of Commerce and independent spending groups in an attempt to stop businesses from participating in politics.

Since the Supreme Court’s January decision in Citizens United v. FEC, Democrats in Congress have been trying to pass legislation to repeal the First Amendment for business, though not for unions. Having failed on that score, they’re now turning to legal and political threats. Funny how all of this outrage never surfaced when the likes of Peter Lewis of Progressive insurance and George Soros helped to make Democrats financially dominant in 2006 and 2008. 

Faced with electoral repudiation as the public turns against their agenda, Democrats are unleashing government power to silence their political opponents. Instead of piling on, the press corps ought to blow the whistle on this attempt to stifle political speech. Obama networks staying in line..

ObamaCare,Finally Reading The Bill, IRS Will Be Checking Out The Goods

July 19, 2010

If it seems as if the tax code was conceived by graphic artist M.C. Escher, wait until you meet the new and not improved Internal Revenue Service created by ObamaCare. What, you’re not already on a first-name basis with your local IRS agent?

National Taxpayer Advocate Nina Olson, who operates inside the IRS, highlighted the agency’s new mission in her annual report to Congress last week. Look out below. She notes that the IRS is already “greatly taxed”—pun intended?—”by the additional role it is playing in delivering social benefits and programs to the American public,” like tax credits for first-time homebuyers or purchasing electric cars. Yet with ObamaCare, the agency is now responsible for “the most extensive social benefit program the IRS has been asked to implement in recent history.” And without “sufficient funding” it won’t be able to discharge these new duties.

That wouldn’t be tragic, given that those new duties include audits to determine who has the insurance “as required by law” and collecting penalties from Americans who don’t. Companies that don’t sponsor health plans will also be punished. This crackdown will “involve nearly every division and function of the IRS,” Ms. Olson reports.Ms. Olson also exposed a damaging provision that she estimates will hit some 30 million sole proprietorships and subchapter S corporations, two million farms and one million charities and other tax-exempt organizations. Prior to ObamaCare, businesses only had to tell the IRS the value of services they purchase. But starting in 2013 they will also have to report the value of goods they buy from a single vendor that total more than $600 annually—including office supplies.

In a Monday letter, even Democratic Senators Mark Begich (Alaska), Ben Nelson (Nebraska), Jeanne Shaheen (New Hampshire) and Evan Bayh (Indiana) denounce this new “burden” on small businesses and insist that the IRS use its discretion to find “better ways to structure this reporting requirement.” In other words, they want regulators to fix one problem among many that all four Senators created by voting for ObamaCare. Finally getting around to reading the bill..

Kenneth Feinberg,The Oil Fund Czar,Decides Who Gets The Cash,IRS Gets Their Cut

June 23, 2010

NEW ORLEANS — Is a strip club that caters to oil-rig workers entitled to a piece of the $20 billion fund for victims of the Gulf of Mexico disaster? How about a souvenir stand on a nearly empty beach? Or a far-off restaurant that normally serves Gulf seafood?

The farther the massive spill’s effects spread, the harder it will get for President Barack Obama’s new compensation czar to decide who deserves to be paid.

Fishermen, rig workers and others left jobless by the oil spill seem certain to get their slices of the pie, sooner or later. It’s the people and businesses a few degrees – and perhaps hundreds of miles – removed from the Gulf but still dependent on its bounty who will have a tougher time getting their claims past Kenneth Feinberg, the lawyer who handled payouts for families of Sept. 11 victims.

“How can there not be a trickle-down effect?” said Jeffrey Berniard, a New Orleans lawyer who represents about 100 people and firms filing claims against BP PLC. “How can the businesses that serve all the people who work in the industry not be affected if all the people in these industries are out of work?”

That could be a problem for many of those who need money most urgently, said Tuan Nguyen, deputy director of the Mary Queen of Vietnam Community Development Corp. in eastern New Orleans, where many immigrants and their families work in the seafood business.

“It’s a very cash-involved industry. Some of the boat captains or boat owners, they sell fish on the side of the road or directly to families. They don’t have records of that,” Nguyen said. The only group guaranteed of getting their money is not AIG but IRS..



Moody Eye in the Community..Watch for Scams

March 22, 2010

With the new Health Care Bill, the IRS will be hiring an additional 15,000 federal  agents to act as, basically the Health Care Police,  the enforcement arm of the law.. If anyone claims to be an agent and  comes to your door or emails you, regarding your blood pressure information  and or bank account… beware and confirm they are certified HCP. Be sure to look for the union label..