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Bill Daley Endorses Graduated Income Tax

Bill Daley Endorses Graduated Income Tax

advertisement The oldest name in the governor’s race is the only candidate with a new idea. Bill Daley, a member of a family that has held elective office continuously since 1934, says he would consider supporting a constitutional amendment to overturn Illinois’s flat tax and replace it with a graduated income tax.

Sandi, Jesse Jackson Jr. to be Sentenced on Same Day

Sandi, Jesse Jackson Jr. to be Sentenced on Same Day

AP Former Illinois Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.

Former Bear Chris Zorich Charged With Tax Evasion

Former Bear Chris Zorich Charged With Tax Evasion

advertisement Former Bear and Notre Dame standout Chris Zorich has been charged with four counts of failing to file federal taxes. According to the Cook County Sheriff’s Office, Zorich allegedly owes for the years 2006-’09.

Chicago Ranked Fifth for Highest Taxes

Chicago Ranked Fifth for Highest Taxes

Getty Images Chicagoans face the fifth highest taxes in America according to a list by the Wall Street Journal. advertisement County Hikes Cigarette Tax Board President Toni Preckwinkle said the tax would be a “modest” revenue generator for the county, instead classifying the hike as a public health initiative.

How to Plan Year-End Taxes for Closely Held Businesses

How to Plan Year-End Taxes for Closely Held Businesses

advertisement Chicago business entrepreneurs, I am one of you. I started my CPA firm in 2009 and face some of the same business and tax issues you do (albeit armed with some knowledge of the latter).

Corporate Employee Charged with Embezzlement and Tax Fraud

Corporate Employee Charged with Embezzlement and Tax Fraud

PHILADELPHIA—Sheila Kaye Jameson, 55, of Blandon, PA, was charged today by Information with mail fraud and filing false tax returns, announced United States Attorney Zane David Memeger. According to the information, Jameson, a Logistics Analyst for EnerSys Corporation in Reading, Pennsyvlania, embezzled approximately $1.8 million dollars from EnerSys Corporation by using a shell corporation, Aries Consulting Group, that she created for the purpose of sending bogus invoices to EnerSys requesting payment which Aries Consulting Group was not entitled to receive.

Napa Doctor Charged with Tax Fraud

Napa Doctor Charged with Tax Fraud

SAN FRANCISCO—Ali Sedghi Vaziri of Napa, California, was arraigned in federal court yesterday after being charged by a federal grand jury in San Francisco with six counts of filing a false federal income tax return, announced United States Attorney Melinda Haag and Internal Revenue Service-Criminal Investigation Special Agent in Charge Marcus Williams. According to the indictment, which was unsealed yesterday, Vaziri, 47, was a medical doctor who owned and operated a medical practice in Napa.

Former D.C. Tax Examiner Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison in Scam Involving More Than $400,000 in Refunds

Former D.C. Tax Examiner Sentenced to 30 Months in Prison in Scam Involving More Than $400,000 in Refunds

WASHINGTON—Mary Ayers-Zander, 47, a former tax examiner for the District of Columbia Office of Tax and Revenue (OTR), was sentenced today to a 30-month prison term on a federal charge of wire fraud stemming from a scheme involving more than $400,000 in fraudulent refunds. The sentencing in the U.S.

Phoenixville Man Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Tax Evasion Scheme

Phoenixville Man Sentenced to Four Years in Prison for Tax Evasion Scheme

PHILADELPHIA—David F. Kane, 39, of Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, a former member of the Limerick Township Board of Supervisors, was sentenced today to four years in prison for a tax evasion scheme that included mail fraud.

Virginia Businessman Sentenced to Prison for Bribing District of Columbia Tax Official, Who Was Working with Authorities

Virginia Businessman Sentenced to Prison for Bribing District of Columbia Tax Official, Who Was Working with Authorities

WASHINGTON—Jamal Hadieh, also known as Jason Hacen, was sentenced today to five months in prison, to be followed by five months of home confinement, in connection with his payment of a bribe to a District of Columbia tax auditor. Unbeknownst to Hadieh, the tax auditor was cooperating with law enforcement at the time of the bribe.

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