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Monthly Archive:: July 2021

Taxes, Income And Other Ones

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesTaxes, Income And Other Ones The story of American income taxes begins 1812. The 1st attempt to inflict an income tax on Americana occurred as a result of the War of 1812. At the end of two years of war, the federal government owed an unbelievable $100 million of debt (in inflationary terms, it

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TweetShareSharePin0 Shares (This Advisory has been rescinded) No. 2019-02 – Use of Non-U.S. Citizen Data obtained from the Department of Public Safety The following material has moved to new web addresses. As a result, please select the link that applies to you and bookmark it for future reference. The following material previously

Texas has a record-breaking 15 million registered voters

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares AUSTIN, TX – Today, Texas Secretary of State Carlos H. Cascos announced Texas has more than 15 million registered voters, an all-time high number for the state. “If you want to vote you must be registered, so it’s good to see that so many Texans are preparing for this November’s election,” said Cascos.

An IRS Overview of 26 USC 7201

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares What is the Tax Evasion Federal Crime Definition? What is Tax Evasion   What is the Tax Evasion Federal Crime Definition: It is not uncommon that when a US Taxpayer believes they have run afoul of the law on matters involving their US taxes — they automatically believe they are  guilty of the

Secretary Cascos marks National Voter Registration Day

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Last day to register to vote for November Election is Oct. 11 September 27, 2016 Contact: Alicia Pierce or Mari Bergman 512-463-5770 AUSTIN, TX – Texas Secretary of State Carlos H. Cascos marks National Voter Registration Day today by reminding Texans to register and that the deadline to register in time for this

Voters who do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain one of the seven forms of approved photo ID have additional options at the polls

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares AUSTIN, TX – The Office of the Texas Secretary of State reminds voters who do not possess and cannot reasonably obtain a form of approved photo ID that they now have additional options when voting in person. These additional options apply to current and upcoming school tax elections and the November General Election.
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