Articles Tagged With ‘IRS’

Campaign finance records bolster IRS case against Maldonado

California election finance records show that Republican congressional candidate Abel Maldonado raised $35,000 the same day as a 2007 party held on his behalf, which Maldonado’s family business claimed as a business expense on its federal income tax return [McClatchy].... (Continue reading)

Capps Maldonado tax controversies

Following an election-cycle challenge that her competitor Abel Maldonado post his tax returns, Congresswoman Lois Capps discovered that for five years she had not reported income from a room she rents out. Capps discovered the error while placing her returns... (Continue reading)

Abel Maldonado’s mounting tax troubles

Central Coast  Republican congressional candidate Abel Maldonado and his family business are embroiled in a legal battle with the IRS over more than $4 million in taxes the IRS says they owe partially because of allegedly claiming personal purchases as... (Continue reading)

Taxation with representation

OPINION By DR. DON REGAN In a world of computer ease, social media, online payments, world wide and beyond personal computer access and immediacy—why is it that we cannot routinely and securely allocate our Federal and State taxes on line,... (Continue reading)