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Police in Fairfield, N.J., warned the public Saturday to watch out for an IRS telephone scam that has targeted two residents in the past week.
An audit claims the state Department of Transportation lacks the records to show updated and adequate safety plans for railroad bridges statewide.
The accusations against the Lakeland fire district came to light during an audit by the New York State Comptroller’s Office and have triggered outrage.
Before the House Ways and Means Committee began its hearing, they made the former acting Internal Revenue Service chief Steven Miller take an oath to swear to tell the truth.
It’s time to talk taxes: 1099 forms have gone out and you should be organizing your paperwork and getting ready to pay the taxman.
The odds of an audit can increase substantially depending on your income, types of income, deduction amount and changes you have made since filing your last tax return.
According to an audit, there is more than $9.3 million in unpaid tickets by companies with delivery fleets.
Comptroller John Liu released the findings of the audit on Thursday, which was a followup to one that was completed back in 2006.
Comptroller John Liu said long waits put women in jeopardy and violated the city’s policies recommending waits of no more than two weeks for routine screening.
Because the Center failed to get basic information such as correct spelling of names, addresses and insurance card information, Nassau County controller George Maragos said the hospital lost $6.5 million in revenue.
Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli found that the graduation rate for that year was between 62.9 percent and 63.6 percent. The Department of Education listed it at 65.5 percent.
Taxpayers’ Social Security numbers, confidential child abuse reports and personnel reviews of New Jersey workers nearly went to the highest bidder after the state sent surplus computers out for auction.