SC Department of Revenue Steps Up State Debt Collection

Department of Revenue to Make it Easier for South Carolina Agencies to Collect Debts from Debtors The South Carolina Department of Revenue (DOR) has announced that they will make it easier for the state’s agencies to collect fees, taxes, and fines from debtors across the state. This could make life harder for current and former “ethics violators” … [Read more...]

Music Star Behind “Take This Job and Shove It” Guilty of Tax Evasion

Country Music Star Who Wrote “Take This Job and Shove It” Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion in Federal Court David Allan Coe, the legendary country music singer/song-writer made famous by anthem “Take This Job and Shove It,” has pleaded guilty to federal charges of tax evasion in court. The 76-year-old reportedly owes the IRS at least $466,000 for … [Read more...]

Video Gambling Business Owner Pleads to Tax Evasion

Magic Minutes Video Gambling Business Owner Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion Charges The owner of Magic Minutes, a notorious video gambling house, has officially pleaded guilty in federal court to tax evasion charges. Although Larry W. Flynn, 40 years old, spent years insisting to police that his machines operated on phone cards and therefore did not … [Read more...]

Hilton Head Father and Son Arrested for Income Tax Evasion

Two South Carolina Residents Arrested for Evading Payment on State Income Taxes. The South Carolina Department of Revenue news release on July 9, 2015, reports Jack Molloy and S. Craig Molloy, both residents of Beaufort County, SC, were arrested on five counts each of income tax evasion. They are accused of collectively evading more than $100,000 … [Read more...]

IRS Tax Debt Reduction Assistance

Tax Season So Far All About Refunds, But What If You Need IRS Tax Debt Reduction Assistance? Tax season started in January, and the IRS announced recently that as of February 20th, the federal agency has issued $125 billion in tax refunds, and processed 50 million tax returns. This means the average refund for an average US tax payer is $3,120. A … [Read more...]

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