Friday, January 21, 2022

Property Problems

Owning property can be difficult; in most cases, you're required to maintain it. But, does anyone really check up on your property? According to a Miami Herald article, nearly 100 individuals have been cited for property problems, and we aren't talking about ugly flowers...

Not Halloween

A traffic light, a cartoon character, a hotdog: the options for Halloween costumes are endless, really. You simply have to use your noodle. Costumes and impersonations make sense at Halloween, but what about the rest of the year? According to PortChesterPatch.com one man thought...

Tampa Business Owner Accused of Laundering Stolen Tax Refunds

Some people learn from history; others do not. For example, if a business is raided in connection with fraud, it might make sense to take a break from engaging in activities connected to the fraud. You know, lay low for a bit. Of course,...

County Finds Homestead Exemption Fraud and Discovers $1.5 Million in New Revenue

Have you ever found a $5 bill in your wallet or a pair of jeans? If so, you know how great it feels to suddenly find money that you didn't even realize that you had, especially when you're strapped for cash. So, imagine what...

Fraud Spices Up Used Cars on Blanding Boulevard

It's not easy selling used cars, especially when you consider the reputation that most used-car salesmen have for being...well, used-car salesman. So it may come as no surprise that a used car salesman on Blanding Boulevard (I'm not making that name up) might have...

Reducing Identity Theft Refund Fraud

Combatting tax refund identity fraud is a top priority for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The agency's website reports that through November of 2015, 1.4 million identity theft returns were successfully identified and $8 billion in fraudulent refunds were prevented. Another report from the...
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