Category Archives: News & Politics

Watch Today: Allianz Stole Premiums from Concentration Camp Victims

On Friday afternoon, February 15, at 5 pm Eastern Time, Huffington Post Live will have a program on the Holocaust insurance issue. Holocaust Survivor Foundation (HSF) leaders Leo Rechter and Ivar Segalowitz will be live in the NYC studio with the moderator, and eminent historian Edwin Black, author of IBM and the Holocaust, will participate, […]

Fiscal Cliff Legislation – The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012

Today TaxMama® hears from Spidell Publishing Inc. at www.caltax.com  with the latest news on the fiscal cliff legislation.

SB 924: The Bill That Ended Physical Therapy Benefits For CA Seniors

This is a plea from Chris Reed, who is asking for your help. Family, Friends, Current and Former Patients,   Many of you know that I have become heavily involved in the politics of my profession. I am writing to ask your help. We are fighting for our profession right now. I have attached a letter […]

Proposed Congressional Reform Act of 2011

TaxMama Note: This proposal is making it’s way across the Web via email. There’s a lot of wisdom in this, it you really look at the original intent of the Founding Fathers. They envisioned Congress being a citizen’s duty. Go to the Capitol for a while, serve as the spokesperson for the needs of your state […]

General Eisenhower Warned Us

General Eisenhower Warned Us It is a matter of history that when the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces, General Dwight Eisenhower, found the victims of the death camps he ordered all possible photographs to be taken, and for the German people from surrounding villages to be ushered through the camps and even made to […]

Large Loss

Today TaxMama hears from Clay in California, who tells us. “I invested in a company that failed. Where is that handled on the 1040 form? I have had other failures and I was only allowed to deduct $3,000 per year. I have a substantial capital gain this year on a sale of properties.” Hi Clay […]

4th of July Riddles.

Eva here, with just a little Independence Day fun. Today we’re skipping the questions and tossing out a bit of 4th of July trivia and silliness. Starting with the pledge of allegience. Let’s stand up. Place your right hand over your heart