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Woman dies following crash in Tyrone

first_img Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter By News Highland – December 24, 2019 Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Google+ Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Facebook Woman dies following crash in Tyrone Twitter Facebook Pinterest Previous articleCouncil reminding the public ’tis the season to recycle’Next articleOrganised crime gang behind fresh spate of car thefts News Highland center_img WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA WhatsApp Pinterest Google+ Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further Homepage BannerNews Community Enhancement Programme open for applications A woman in her 60s has died following a crash in Tyrone.It happened shortly before quarter past seven last night on the M1 Motorway close to Junction 14 and Tamnamore.The PSNI is appealing for anyone who may have seen the crash to come forward.last_img read more

NJ real estate investor Kushner (not that one) indicted for tax evasion

first_img Tags Full Name* Message* David Kushner reported $0 income in 2015. (David Kushner)A grand jury indicted David Kushner, a real estate investor in New Jersey, for three counts of tax evasion.Between 2014 and 2016, Kushner’s business grossly underreported its taxable income and failed to pay more than $670,000 in taxes, the indictment alleges. His attorney says he owes nothing and predicted the IRS would come around to that view.The Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation Division found that in 2014, Kushner allegedly failed to report $634,444 in taxable income. In 2015, he allegedly reported $0 income, instead of the $777,789 the IRS said he earned. In 2016, he did not report $377,778 in income, the indictment reads.Kushner allegedly deposited payments and income from the businesses and elsewhere into four bank accounts, then used a majority of those funds for personal expenses.ADVERTISEMENTEach count of tax evasion could bring up to five years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000.Kushner, who is not affiliated with Kushner Companies, leads Manhattan-based Paradigm Capital Group, which specializes in commercial real estate bridge loans, according to his website. He is also an adjunct professor at Fordham University, where he lectures graduate business students on real estate finance.Kushner declined to comment.“Mr. Kushner will be cooperating with the U.S. government,” said Frank Agostino, an attorney for Kushner. “We are cautiously optimistic that when they review his documents, books and records, they will agree with us that there is no additional tax due.”Read moreReal estate investor sues partner for pocketing rental incomeShvo settles tax evasion casePort Chester developer pleads guilty to tax evasion Email Address* Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on LinkedinShare via Email Share via Shortlink Agostino was previously the IRS District Counsel in Newark, New Jersey. Before starting his eponymous private practice, he also served as a special assistant United States attorney, and prosecuted criminal tax cases.In 2019, one of Kushner’s business partners, Marc Gleitman, sued him in New York state court for $2.5 million for allegedly pocketing rental income from two properties. The lawsuit accused Kushner of diverting more than $1 million in rental revenue and alleged he collected $1.45 million by granting an easement on behalf of a limited liability company without consulting his partners.Kushner was also the focus of a 2016 racketeering lawsuit, which was thrown out of court because a four-year statute of limitations had run out. That matter involved a venture that solicited investments in risky real estate loans.According to federal prosecutors in New Jersey, Kushner will be arraigned at a later date.Contact Georgia Kromrei Share via Shortlink New Jerseyreal estate crimesTri-statelast_img read more

Townsend scores wonder goal as Crystal Palace stun Man City

first_imgShare on: WhatsApp Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Pep Guardiola warned his Manchester City players they must learn from their mistakes after a shock 3-2 home defeat by struggling Crystal Palace left them four points behind leaders Liverpool at the top of the Premier League.The win ended City’s perfect home form in the league this season after nine victories from their opening nine matches and arrived 28 years to the day since Palace lost won on the road against the Blues.It also featured a magnificent 30-yard volley from Andros Townsend that was heralded instantly as a goal-of-the-season contender.But after defeat at Chelsea earlier this month City have now lost two of their past three league fixtures and know they are in a real fight to hold onto their league title in a New Year that opens with Liverpool visiting the Etihad on January 3.“I said at Stamford Bridge, I have few regrets,” said Guardiola. “You just have to improve and these kind of situations won’t happen in the future.”Guardiola was also left to ponder his team selection, having left Sergio Aguero and Kevin De Bruyne on the bench in the first half as the pair recover from injury lay-offs.The City manager was also without injured Brazilian Fernandinho and took the gamble of playing England centre-half John Stones in the holding midfield role — not that Guardiola was in the mood for second guessing himself.“I don’t know. I’m only the manager,” he said. “I don’t know what would have happened if Kevin had started, Sergio had started.“Fernandinho is not fit and John played so well there (in the League Cup tie) at Leicester, I wanted to give him another situation. He played well. He was quick, except once on the ball in the beginning.”The afternoon had looked routine for City when Ilkay Gundogan rose to meet Fabian Delph’s 27th-minute cross and headed in the opening goal.City had not lost any of their previous 52 league games against teams outside the traditional “big six”, a run dating back nearly two years to a defeat at Everton in January 2017.– Quickfire Palace –But Palace turned the game on its head with two goals in as many minutes just after the half hour. First, Stones’ challenge on James McArthur pushed the ball to Jeffrey Schlupp, who capitalised on some uncertain defending from Kyle Walker, driving the ball past him and diving keeper Ederson.Just two minutes later, a free-kick was headed out by Bernardo Silva to Townsend and the former England winger connected with an incredibly well-executed, first-time left-foot volley that soared above the diving Ederson from fully 30 yards.Guardiola brought on Aguero early in the second half but, almost immediately, City fell further behind when Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s cross found the head of Townsend, whose effort struck the right-hand post.Max Meyer gathered the rebound, forcing a panicked Walker into making a challenge referee Andre Marriner judged to be a foul and Luka Milivojevic showed admirable composure to convert the penalty.De Bruyne sparked a late City fightback, and scored an 85th-minute consolation with a deep cross that floated over the head of Vicente Guaita and into the goal.“Today was one of those bonanza days,” said winning manager Roy Hodgson.“You get your work rate as it should be, you get your shape and discipline as it should be, then you also score goals.“To score three goals away from home against a team of this quality says a lot… and makes you wonder where they have been up until now.”last_img read more

Are You Registered to Vote in the March Primary? Deadline is Tomorrow

first_imgWednesday the Democrats will debate again this time on NBC. The debate comes about one month before Florida’s Presidential Primary on March 17.Voters across the state need to make sure they’re registered to vote ahead of time.The deadline to register to vote or change your party affiliation is Tuesday, Feb 18.In Palm Beach County, 20 municipal elections will be held in conjunction with the Presidential Primary.To register click here.Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden continues to attack his fellow rivals like Bernie Sanders as his campaign spirals downward.Biden says that Sanders has been talking about universal healthcare for 35 years and has done nothing about i.Biden also criticized former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, saying the amount of money he has spent on advertising can’t erase his record. Bloomberg hasn’t yet qualified for Wednesday’s NBC News and MSNBC debate in Las Vegas, but he has through Tuesday to meet the party’s criteria.With that potential clash looming, both Biden and and Sen. Amy Klobuchar criticized Bloomberg in interviews on “Meet the Press” at a time when the former mayor faces increased scrutiny over past comments about race, policing and women at his eponymous company.last_img read more

Treasury and IRS to delay tax payment deadline by 90 days

first_imgTaxpayers will get a three-month reprieve to pay the income taxes they owe for 2019, but you still have to file by April 15th, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Tuesday at a news conference.As part of its coronavirus response, the federal government will give filers 90 days to pay income taxes due on up to $1 million in tax owed, Mnuchin said in Washington. The reprieve on that amount would cover many pass-through entities and small businesses, he said.Corporate filers would get the same length of time to pay amounts due on up to $10 million in taxes owed, Mnuchin said.During that three-month deferral period, taxpayers won’t be subject to interest and penalties, he said.You should still get your 2019 income tax return in to the federal government as soon as possible, especially if you’re due a refund and need cash.While the federal government is granting taxpayers a little more time, you should still check in on your state’s position.Some states have rolled out delays due to coronavirus.For more on the IRS guidelines and the coronavirus listen to 850 WFTL’s interview with tax expert Lawrence Levy from Levy and Associates.https://www.850wftl.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Lawrence-Levy.mp3last_img read more