Friday, April 27, 2007
According to US Franchise News, there is an increasing number of veterans returning from the Middle East who are looking to purchase small business franchises. Currently there are over 350 veterans who own a small business franchise in the United States as a result of the Veterans Franchise Initiative (VetFran), which offers discounted franchise fees to veterans who want to purchase a franchise business. The program was given the Support Sector Champion Award from the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs at the nation’s capital. "The VetFran program is our way of saying thank you to veterans for their service," said Matthew Shay, president of the IFA. "They deserve our help in pursuing the American dream of business ownership because without them to protect our nation, such opportunities would not exist."
The Roni Deutch Tax Center is also a proud member of the VetFran program. To learn more about the special benefits we offer to veterans, please check out the Roni Deutch Tax Center Franchise website.
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Thursday, April 05, 2007
The suit is seeking more than $70 million in losses to the U.S. Treasury Department, as well as seeking court orders barring the franchisees and other defendants from preparing tax returns for others. "When practitioners prepare a false tax return, it has a corrosive impact on the tax system," claims IRS Commissioner Mark W. Everson. "I am deeply disturbed by the allegation that a major franchisee of the nation’s second-largest tax preparation firm is intentionally preparing improper tax returns with inflated refunds. I’m particularly concerned that many taxpayers of modest means could actually end up owing the government thousands of dollars if they claimed an improper refund."
Monday, April 02, 2007
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- Tax Evader Sentenced to 63 Months in Prison
- IRS Grants Virginia Tech Six Month Extension
- More Last Minute Filers E-file
- Tax Friendly States
- Tax Relief For Special Needs Children
- US Government Sues Jackson Hewitt
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