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IRS Releases “Dirty Dozen” Tax Scams [AUDIO]

Warnings from the Internal Revenue Service about what they call their, "dirty dozen," 12 tax season scams designed to separate taxpayers from their money.

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IRS: Tax Glitch Affects 660K Returns

A tax-preparation glitch affecting about 660,000 tax returns will delay refunds by as long as six weeks, with customers of the nation's largest tax preparer among those affected.

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Tax Season Opens With Special Help For Sandy Victims [AUDIO]

Tax filing season is officially here, says the Internal Revenue Service. This year, there is help available for victims of Sandy to help them get their returns together.

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IRS: 100-Million Taxpayers Face Delays Without System Fix

The Internal Revenue Service says up to 100 million taxpayers -- about two-thirds of all filers -- won't be able to file their 2012 tax returns until late March if Congress doesn't adjust the alternative minimum tax by the end of the year.

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IRS Gives Sandy Victims a Break [AUDIO]

The Internal Revenue Service says they also have some help to offer New Jersey victims of the recent storms.

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IRS Extends Deadline For Sandy-Affected Residents

The IRS is extending filing and payment deadlines for taxpayers living in areas of Connecticut, New York and New Jersey affected by Superstorm Sandy.

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IRS Extending Deadline for Storm-Hit Taxpayers

The IRS is giving taxpayers and tax preparers hit by Hurricane Sandy an extra week to file returns and make payments.

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Michael Ritacco arrives in court with his lawyers.
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Michael Ritacco Sentenced In Corruption Case [POLL]

Former Toms River Regional School Superintendent, Michael Ritacco has been sentenced to over 11 years in federal prison to begin immediately.

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Ex-Superintendent Mike Ritacco Sentenced Today [POLL/AUDIO]

The disgraced former Toms River Regional School Superintendent, Mike Ritacco, has a date in court today, to learn how long he'll be going to prison for corruption.

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IRS Chief: Agency Not Targeting Tea Party Groups

The head of the Internal Revenue Service has told Congress his agency isn't denying tax-exempt status to tea party groups because of their political views.

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