For tax year 2011, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issued $3.6 billion in potentially fraudulent refunds. This marks an improvement from tax year 2010, when they issued $5.2 billion in questionable returns. The IRS continues to employ more agents to combat identify theft and train workers to deal with legitimate tax payers whose Social Security numbers are stolen. (Fraud information from the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration’s report)
Jim Woods has over 20 years of experience in the markets from working as a stockbroker,
financial journalist, and money manager. As well as a book author and regular contributor to
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Bob Carlson provides independent, objective research covering all the financial issues of retirement and retirement planning. In addition, Bob serves as Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Fairfax County (VA) Employees’ Retirement System, which has over $2.8 billion in assets.
Jon Johnson's philosophy in investing and trading is to take what the market gives you regardless if that is to the upside or downside. For the past 21 years, Jon has helped thousands of clients gain success in the financial markets through his newsletters and education services: