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Trucker Ghost Stories

October 24, 2016

Written by Yesenia Carrillo Our truckers travel from coast to coast on ancient roads full of legends. In the spirit of Halloween I’ve come up with a list of some of the more well known haunted roads in the country. Bloods Point Road (Boone County, IL)  The story here involves phantom vehicles, the cries of children, a witch, and her victims. It all began when … Read More »



ALK Technology Summit 2016

October 10, 2016

Casey Bullard Philadelphia May 24, 2016 The ALK Technology Summit this year was a first for me. I usually attend the IFTA and IRP workshops put on by and for the jurisdictions participating in those programs.  Those are all about bringing the jurisdictions together so that they enforce the rules equitably. Attendees, mostly government employees and some industry, are interested in standards for audits, recordkeeping, … Read More »



Important Updates About Your e-Service Account

October 6, 2016

Written by Alyson Dust The IRS has created a new identification authentication process called Secure Access to help protect taxpayer and tax preparer data and their systems from cybercriminal attacks. What is planned? Starting October 24th, the IRS will require existing e-services users to re-register and verify their identities using the new Secure Access program in order to maintain their access to the e-services. Who … Read More »



How Do I Change My Address With The IRS?

October 4, 2016

Written by Yesenia Carrillo Use Form 8822 to submit your change of address to the Internal Revenue Service. It is easy to complete and instructions are found on the back side of the document. There is a specific address you need to use to mail this form depending on what state you live in, so make sure the document is mailed to the designated location. … Read More »



NATSA Conference 2016 – Day 1

September 19, 2016

Written by Casey Bullard Today at the NATSA meeting, we talked about safety a lot. Highly experienced agents are talking about both what the law says in theory, and also what’s happening in the real world. My key takeaways?? Enforcement and Law Makers aren’t stupid. They can tell when they are being lied to, and as such the penalties for “willfully and knowingly” breaking the rules … Read More »