Monthly Archives: February 2010

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Taxpayer Over the Edge: A Software Engineer Crashes His Plane into an IRS Office Building

In Austin, Texas, a software engineer was so angry with the Internal Revenue Service that he crashed his small plane into an office building housing nearly 200 federal tax employees on Thursday, February 18, 2010. Officials said the crash set off a raging fire that sent terrified workers fleeing as jets of black smoke engulfed the air. United States law officials have identified the pilot who is assumed to have died in the crash as Joseph Stack. On his Web site, the insanely furious man outlines problems with the IRS, stating that "Violence not only is the answer, [...]

February 18th, 2010|Tax Resolution|

Something to Cry About: IRS Files Tax Lien For A Million Dollars Against Pop Singer Aaron Carter

Pop singer Aaron Carter, the younger brother of Nick Carter of the Backstreet Boys, has had two tax liens filed against him by the IRS for a total of over one million dollars in back taxes. Recently in the news crying on Dancing With The Stars after having his moves criticized by the judges, Aaron Carter now really has something to cry about. Having been eliminated as a contestant on the hit show, the teen idol will have to figure out a new way to raise the money to pay his back tax debt. After experiencing a history [...]

February 18th, 2010|Tax Resolution|

Robin Givens Sued By The Federal Government For $292,000 Owed To The IRS In Back Taxes

Robin Givens Sued By The Federal Government For $292,000 Owed To The IRS In Back Taxes. With a history of tax liens filed against her, the actress clearly needs the help of Peter Stephan and the Tax Resolution Institute.

February 1st, 2010|Tax Resolution|