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The US Government is Worried that Usage of Digital Currencies will Lead to Tax Avoidance

The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) published a document this fall that reviewed the growing usage of Bitcoin and other digital currencies in the private sector. While acknowledging there are benefits to “virtual currencies” including lower transaction fees and faster transfer of funds… Read More

I Have a Tax Lien—Does That Mean I Can’t Get a Loan?

This time of year, taxes are top of mind for consumers and business owners alike, but few people like to think about tax liens.  Tax liens are serious business and can have a significant impact on your credit and ability to secure financing.  Since eCommerce… Read More

Female Rapper Kreayshawn Says No Thanks to Crowdfunding; Urges Fan to Remove GoFundMe Initiative

Showing some love for Oakland rapper, Kreayshawn, a devoted fan launched a GoFundMe initiative after she announced that she has been left with no money just days before Christmas. Kreayshawn, who is known for her hit song Gucci Gucci, took to her Twitter account to rant… Read More

Do Kickstarter Bands Have To Pay Taxes? Accountants Aren’t So Sure

Boy band Allstar Weekend are Poway’s answer to One Direction. The San Diego county-bred group got its start on the Disney Channel music competition Next Big Thing back in 2009. They took second place on that show, but the exposure helped the band ink a four-album deal… Read More

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