Bruce Vielmetti Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 6:00 AM EST Dec 10, 2018 A Greendale neurosurgeon hasn't paid the IRS more than $5 million he owes for not reporting foreign bank accounts, and now the federal government wants the penalty reduced to a judgment against him. Arvind Ahuja, 55, was sentenced in 2013 to three years probation and fined $750,000 after convictions for filing a false tax return and failing to file a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts, or FBAR. According to the government, back in 2009 Ahuja day-traded about $250 million in stock, foreign currencies and futures, and held as much as $9.2 million in an Indian bank. Despite a warning from his accountant, Ahuja never filed a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts and indicated on his 2009 tax return that he did not have such interests. For his willful failure to submit the report, he was assessed more than $5 million, including a late-payment penalty of $63,000, in … [Read more...] about Feds sue Greendale surgeon over $5 million tax penalty
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Latoya and Ernest, founders of TheProfitRoom.com, want to help as many African Americans as possible learn how to make $200 a day or more investing in the stock market. Latoya and Ernest, founders of The Profit Room Nationwide — Latoya and Ernest created “The Profit Room” based on their individual success as investors and traders. They are well known for their transparency in showing profits and losses from their Live Day Trading Rooms. They both have a unique ability to teach and mentor in a simple way where anyone can learn. Ernest and Latoya trade stocks, options, Forex and futures and they have designed mentorship programs to teach others how to create income and generational wealth. Their goal is to help others to at least make an additional $100-$200 a day trading live with them, and they already have four full time minority traders trading and moderating daily in the futures and Forex room. The start of the journey Latoya, a native of Boston, … [Read more...] about The First Black-Owned Day Trading Company of Its Kind is Teaching Courses on How to Profit From the Stock Market!
Jasper Peak uncomplicates the lending process for the cryptocurrency and Forex CFD markets. Traders are approved in 3 easy steps. HONG KONG, HONG KONG, CHINA, October 15, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ -- Cryptocurrency loans are now a viable option for online traders. Jasper Peak uncomplicates the lending process for the cryptocurrency and Forex CFD markets. Traders are approved in 3 easy steps. About Jasper Peak: Jasper Peak offers private loans for crypto traders around the world. They provide financing options for their clients in Forex CFDs and cryptocurrency trading. Anyone with pre-existing live trading accounts along with pre-approved Forex CFDs or cryptocurrency brokers may apply. The process requires submitting a loan application with required documents. Lending specialists examine each case. All client information is secured and remains private. How Jasper Peak Crypto Loans Works: Jasper Peak streamlines the lending process. It maintains a straightforward and as easy to … [Read more...] about Jasper Peak to Offer Cryptocurrency Trading Loans
By Krystal Ball According to the newest numbers America’s debt has spiked by $500 billion in the past 6 months, thanks primarily to the expensive cash grab by the rich also known as the republican tax cuts. By every reasonable policy metric these tax cuts have failed. The pace of job creation is slower than it was under Obama. The deficit has ballooned and worker's wages have dropped. The public has been understandably unimpressed which is why the GOP and the president barely bother to tout them on the campaign trail. So it's not a policy win and it's not a campaign win, yet republicans are already setting their sites on tax giveaway 2.0. What gives? If you think of the tax cuts less as policy and more as patronage then they make a lot more sense. Let's call them, the opiate of the massively privileged. Keeping hedge fund managers and oil barons drugged up in a hazy glow of overflowing offshore accounts and champagne soaked private jets. After all, with all this talk … [Read more...] about Krystal Ball: GOP tax cut is ‘opiate of the massively privileged’
Alaskans will celebrate Alaska Wild Salmon Day on Aug. 10, but plans also are underway for a much bigger celebration: the International Year of the Salmon set to officially begin in 2019. The theme is “Salmon and people in a changing world” and a key focus will be a winter salmon study in the deepest regions of the Gulf of Alaska. Both are sponsored in part by the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission (NPAFC), which for 25 years has promoted research collaboration among scientists in its five member countries – Canada, Russian, Japan, Korea and the U.S. “The main inspiration for development of this project is our awareness of the challenges salmon meet in the open ocean related to the climate and in the coastal areas,” said Dr. Vladimir Radchenko, commission director and one of the world’s leading salmon scientists. A primary goal of Year of the Salmon is to get more people involved in protecting salmon and “coastal societies.” The aim … [Read more...] about Fish Factor: Wild Salmon Day, Blue Economy and the Endangered Species Act