The tax deadline is fast approaching. Bill Brunson, a spokesman for the Internal Revenue Service in Phoenix, and Anthony Forschino of the Arizona Department of Revenue, will talk about tax tips, new tax laws and e-filing.
Getting financing to go into business for yourself can be the most daunting part of the job, and there is more than just raising the money to be concerned about. Many business owners may be violating federal and state laws through their efforts to raise funds. Steven Reed of Jennings, Strouss & Salmon will talk about avoiding those pitfalls.
Renting your home during the upcoming Super Bowl in Glendale could be a way to earn a few extra bucks. However, there are some precautions and advice you should take before doing that. AAA Arizona insurance expert John Candaso will go over those tips.
The tax filing deadline is fast approaching, although itâ€™s been extended this year. Get last-minute tax advice from IRS spokesman Bill Brunson and find out about enforcement efforts against tax cheats from IRS criminal investigator Jim McCormick.
september has been declared "Emergency Preparedness Month" on both the national and state level. Arizona Department of Homeland Security Director Leesa Berens Morrison offers tips to be better prepared for disasters.
A "Horizon" Special: The Arizona legislature, A to Z. We'll discuss the political dynamics that drive the legislature and how that impacts laws passed by lawmakers. Then you'll learn how term limits passed by voters over a decade ago has affected the process and how some lawmakers get around them. Lobbyists are not elected to make the laws but they certainly influence the process. We'll take a look at that aspect of the legislature. Finally we'll give you some tips about how you can become involved in the process as we tell you the story about one citizen's success in getting a bill passed.