Monthly Archives: March 2012

U.S. district court grants IRS injunction against church leader

Earlier this month a U.S. district court granted the IRS an injunction against a church leader who was advising other ministers of his church (incorrectly) that they didn’t need to pay taxes to the IRS. The defendant was advising these … Continue reading

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Retail sales for February strongest in five months

The Commerce Department released their monthly retail sales figures for February showing a 1.1% increase in sales from the previous month, and a 6.5% increase from the same period a year earlier. Sales numbers from January were also revised up … Continue reading

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Employment and confidence gain, but high gas prices could threaten recovery

Since the start of 2012, economic data points have been moving in the right direction and seem to point to a recovery that is picking up steam. Friday’s report from the Labor Department provided more evidence to that end, with … Continue reading

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