- NDP Satellite Offices: Trudeau Vetoed Settlement In Dispute Over Use Of
- Multiple sources, not authorized to speak publicly about the matter, say a proposed deal was almost sealed but was nixed by the prime minister, who didn't want to condone what he sees as an abuse of taxpayers' money. Sixty-eight former and current New ...
- Audit reveals UW made questionable purchases with taxpayer dollars
- UW agrees with some of the questionable costs and will reimburse the NSF $71,000. Arkans says that money is from a discretionary use fund and UW won't be using any public, taxpayer or tuition money.
- Merchandise allegedly bought with taxpayer funds now part of suspect's house sale
- WARWICK, RI (WPRI) — A terminated Warwick School Department employee who faces charges that he used taxpayer money to spruce up his home is now trying to sell the home, with some of the merchandise in question included in the sale.
- New Members Join Taxpayer Advocacy Panel
- The Department of the Treasury has approved 32 new members to serve on its nationwide Taxpayer Advocacy Panel. The TAP is a federal advisory committee charged with providing taxpayer suggestions to improve IRS customer service. The new members ...
- Taxpayer Bill Of Rights: The Right To Appeal An IRS Decision
- Taxpayers are entitled to a fair and impartial administrative appeal of most IRS decisions, including many penalties, and have the right to receive a written response regarding the Office of Appeals' decision.
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