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March 2015 Archives

Payday lending operations can lead to criminal charges, FTC warns

You've probably all seen a commercial at one time or another for a payday lender. These businesses provide people with small loans at high interest rates. The expectation is that the person will pay back the loan once they receive their next paycheck or risk being accessed a high interest charge. Such businesses are highly restricted here in Georgia, as the Governor's Office of Consumer Protection explains on their website, and violating the law can also lead to misdemeanor criminal charges with the chance of fines and possible jail time as well.

Could Hilary Clinton's email scandal lead to criminal charges?

Whether you've been following the story or not on the news, chances are you've heard about the scandal concerning Hilary Clinton's emails. According to an article in the IRJ Review, the former Secretary of State used her "personal email account to conduct official State Department business," a maneuver that has political figures and the media up in arms, so to speak, calling her actions an "egregious violation of the law."

When a business owner is accused of illegal business practices

Business owners often work very hard and put their heart and soul into trying to help their business succeed and help it succeed in the right way. Thus, it can be a truly horrifying thing for a business owner when the federal government accuses them of having engaged in illegal business practices.

IRS promises enforcement of laws this tax season

Even though the month of March just started, we know that many people are already thinking about the month of April and the approaching tax return deadline. But just as filers are thinking about their tax returns, so too is the IRS who, much as it has in previous years, promises more scrutiny on returns this year in an effort to catch criminal activities.

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