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Tax lien list to go public in Weymouth Mass

For many homeowners, information about their delinquent property taxes is kept anonymous from the public eye; or at least not easily obtainable. However, homeowners in Weymouth, Massachusetts, who are delinquent on their taxes or have had a tax lien placed against their property will soon be losing their anonymity.

Brothers file false claims with IRS, now face prison time

The First-Time Home Buyer Tax Credit is a dream come true for individuals planning to purchase their very first residential property. The credit is designed to provide tax relief to people taking their first step on the housing ladder. It is such an appealing prize, apparently, that it drove two Boston brothers to commit tax crimes to obtain more tax credits than they were entitled to.

Doctor pleads guilty to tax evasion in Massachusetts

There is an old adage that states, "The only things certain in life are death and taxes." Needless to say, it's not uncommon for the men and women of America to be dissatisfied about the portion of their paycheck that is appropriated by Uncle Sam.

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