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June 2012 Archives

Hennepin County seizes properties in lieu of back taxes

When taxes are not paid, a governmental entity that is owed the taxes has a number of tools at its disposal. It can garnishee wages. And it can foreclose on or seize property. Taxpayers also have tools at their disposal such as deed in lieu of foreclosure or payment plans.

Minnesota mall enters tax forfeiture proceedings

When taxes are owed to either the Internal Revenue Service, the Minnesota Department of Revenue, or to local municipalities, there are a number of options available for either the taxpayer or the governmental entity which is owed the taxes.

IRS increasingly audits Native American tribal members

Minnesota is home to a significant Native American population and several reservations and Indian-run casinos. If you are confused as to how tribal lands and income relates to the Internal Revenue Service, you're not alone. According to a recent news article, not even the IRS may be clear on what they can and cannot tax.

Return the return says Commissioner of Revenue

When many of us get our tax refund from the Minnesota Department of Revenue we may pay a few bills, put it in the bank, or splurge a little. A 51-year-old Duluth businessman allegedly took the splurge route -- not by a little -- but "buy" a lot.

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