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Fed Chairman Suggests Interest Rates have Bottomed The increase in job creation and economic growth may mean no further reduction in interest rates. Chairman of the Federal Reserve, Alan Greenspan, indicated that the Fed's concern is shifting away from fears of slow/no growth to fears that...

Unclaimed Refund Information Online Taxpayers who think they may be missing a refund or advance child tax credit should check IRS.gov, the IRS Web site which lets taxpayers track both their refund and their advance child tax credit. "Where's My Refund?" provides information about refunds and "Where's My Advance...

New Jersey Can't Tax Companies That Have No Physical Presence in State New Jersey's corporate tax on businesses that draw revenue from the state but have no employees or tangible property there violates the federal constitution, a state judge has ruled. Tax Court Judge Peter Pizzuto...

Internet Tax Ban Expires The Senate failed to re-enact the ban on the States Taxing Internet Sales. The temporary ban was first enacted in 1998 and has previously been extended. The big tax and spend states want to get their hands on sales taxes from internet...

PC Sales Slowing in 4th Qtr The November 3, 2003 issue of investor's Business Daily reports a significant decline in anticipated PC purchases for the 4th quarter. This estimate is for both consumer and business spending. There may be an attempt to bolster the technology sector,...

U.S. Economy Growing Fast During the third quarter the economy expanded at an annual rate of 7.2%, more than twice the rate in the previous three months and far ahead of what most observers had expected. My clients have not seemed to experience this trend, although...

IRS To Focus on "Tax Cheats" Surprisingly, only 12% of Americans think it is okay to cheat on taxes. Compared to Italy and most countries, this low figure would be considered a huge governmental success. Nevertheless, the Commissioner of Internal Revenue wants to increase tax law...

Application Fee for Offers in Compromise Beginning November 1, 2003, the IRS will charge a $150 application fee for the processing of offers in compromise. The IRS expects that this fee will "help offset the cost of providing this service, as well as reduce frivolous claims." In other...

Federal Reserve Board may lower Funds Rate to 0% One Governor of the Fed indicated that if inflation continues to hover under 1%, the Fed might have to reduce interest rates. The current 1% rate could be lowered to 0%. See the full Article: Fed Rate...

BigBrother comes to Walmart Wal-Mart will put Radio Frequency I.D. sensors on shelves stocked with RFID-tagged Gillette products, but they'd rather you didn't know about it, because, you might not like it, and then you might make noise and then they'd have a big PR mess...