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    2. 2 O.C. men sentenced to prison for scamming distressed homeowners during ’08 recession – Orange County Register

      2 O.C. men sentenced to prison for scamming distressed homeowners during ’08 recession – Orange County Register
      Two Orange County men were sentenced Wednesday to five and 12 years in prison for their roles in a Santa Ana-based home loan modification scheme during the Great Recession in 2008.Aminullah David Sarpas and Samuel Paul Bain started Santa Ana-based U.S. Homeowners Relief in late 2008 during the collapse of the housing industry that tipped the nation into a recession.The company promised distressed homeowners relief on mortgage ...
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    3. Why fraud doesn’t have to be a fact of online life

      Why fraud doesn’t have to be a fact of online life
      Why fraud doesnt have to be a fact of online life 03/08/2020 By Ian Johnson, MD of Europe at Marqeta We are going through very unusual times, with most of the country having lived under state-imposed lockdown in the last few months. Against this backdrop, fraudsters are unfortunately thriving, and we have seen numerous warnings and scams being conducted by people who want to take advantage of the ...
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    4. 10 tips for cybersecurity awareness programs in uncertain times

      10 tips for cybersecurity awareness programs in uncertain times
      Manage Learn to apply best practices and optimize your operations. 10 tips for cybersecurity awareness programs in uncertain times Explore the winning tactics and tools CISOs and other cybersecurity leaders are employing in their programs to raise employee security awareness -- and consider how they might work for you.
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    5. What You Need to Know About Paying Taxes on Unemployment Benefits

      What You Need to Know About Paying Taxes on Unemployment Benefits
      Do you have to pay taxes on ? The answer may surprise you! Find out what you should know before tax season rolls around. The outbreak of coronavirus has left millions of Americans unemployed and relying on . Expansions of the unemployment system through the CARES Act and Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program have helped some weather the storm. Still, the more than 36 million Americans who have filed for are experiencing significant ...
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    6. What’s on the table for the next round of U.S. coronavirus relief

      What’s on the table for the next round of U.S. coronavirus relief
      With a resurgence of the coronavirus threatening a nascent rebound of the U.S. economy, the White House and Congress are under increased pressure to come to terms on another round of stimulus. Thursdays Labor Department report, which showed a bigger than expected increase of 4.8 million jobs in June, didnt lessen the sense of urgency for another round of stimulus in Washington.
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    7. House clears extension of Paycheck Protection Program to August

      House clears extension of Paycheck Protection Program to August
      The House gave final last-minute congressional approval Wednesday to extending the popular Paycheck Protection Program for small businesses until Aug. 8, hours after the deadline for applications lapsed with more than $130 billion still available. The Senate had passed the extension Tuesday, shortly before the Small Business Administration was to stop accepting new loan applications at 11:59 p.m.
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    8. New Phishing scam targets website owners with free DNSSEC offer

      New Phishing scam targets website owners with free DNSSEC offer
      A very clever phishing campaign targetsbloggers and website owners with emails pretending to be from their hosting provider who wants to upgrade their domain to use secure DNS (DNSSEC). As it's possible to determine who is hosting a domain for a website via the WHOIS records, IP addresses, and HTTP headers, the email scam is highly targeted and impersonates the specific hosting company used by a website.
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    9. IRS is not extending tax deadline: 2019 returns must be filed by July 15

      IRS is not extending tax deadline: 2019 returns must be filed by July 15
      The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service announced Monday it would stick with its tax filing extension deadline of July 15. The agencies are encouraging people to file for an automatic extension of Oct. 15, if they cannot meet the July 15 deadline, by filling out this form. Earlier this year, the IRS postponed the tax-filing deadline from April 15 due to disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic. States ...
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    10. Ransomware Issues Could Get A Lot Worse For Businesses

      Ransomware Issues Could Get A Lot Worse For Businesses
      Ransomware has been a major problem online for a lot of people, however, it is starting to become a major issue for businesses. As ZDNet reports 31 major organizations have now been hit with a new wave of ransomware attacks. The online scam could be set to get a whole lot more prevalent and problematic for the online community. Google found that ransomware made $25 million back in 2017. It ...
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    11. Scammers now posing as freelance workers

      Scammers now posing as freelance workers
      Scammers now posing as freelance workers Tuesday Jun 30, 2020 at 12:54 AM Small businesses looking to hire a freelancer online, beware. Scammers are creating fake accounts on platforms like Upwork. They use photos and resumes of real professionals and entice businesses with low rates. How the scam works You are looking to hire a freelancer, such as software developer or graphic designer, to help with a project for ...
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    12. Treasury Reminds Taxpayers To Watch Out For Stimulus Check Related Scams

      Treasury Reminds Taxpayers To Watch Out For Stimulus Check Related Scams
      J. Russell George, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), is urging all taxpayers to stay alert to ensure that they do not lose their Economic Impact Payments (EIPs), also called stimulus checks, to thieves and scammers.TIGTA is responsible for conducting statutory oversight of issues relating to federal tax administration. As such, it regularly investigates fraudulent activity related to financial distributions of funds, including stimulus checks.
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    13. IRS offers tips to identify stimulus check scams

      IRS offers tips to identify stimulus check scams
      Signs a scammer is after money:The caller or emailer uses the words stimulus check or stimulus payment. The term that government officials are using is economic impact payment.'Asking to verify personal or banking information to speed up stimulus payment.The individual offers to provide payment faster.Being asked to sign a check over to the caller.
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    14. The latest government stimulus glitch: Debit cards that look like junk mail

      The latest government stimulus glitch: Debit cards that look like junk mail
      The IRS has to explain, yet again, a glitch in issuing stimulus payments.To help speed the delivery of up to $1,200 in economic impact payments to individuals made available under the $2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (Cares) Act, the Treasury Department last week began mailing prepaid debit cards to 4 million Americans.The prepaid debit cards allow recipients to make purchases online and at any ...
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    Robert J. Williams, CPA is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, (AICPA), The California Society of Certified Public, Accountants and is registered with the State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Board of Accountants.

     

    Robert owns and Operates Williams Accountancy Corporation.  His accounting practice specializes in corporate development, taxation and audit representation.  With over 27 years as a professional accounting practitioner, Robert’s firm has carved out a niche market, specializing in the federal and state taxation for small businesses and high net worth individuals.

     

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