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Beverly Goodman of SmartMoney magazine talks about what your rights are in the event of a tax audit.
CNBC’s Carmen Wong Ulrich gives some 2009 tax tips for dealing with bankruptcy, unemployment and other problems with the IRS.
D.C. residents pay $2 billion each year in federal taxes, yet they do not have voting representation in Congress. Now the city is sending lawmakers a protest message, stamped on every D.C. license plate: "Taxation Without Representation."
Tim Geithner, President Barack Obama's pick for Treasury Secretary, answers more questions about his failure to pay some back taxes during his Senate confirmation hearings.
Billionaire Warren Buffett speaks with NBC's Tom Brokaw about the taxation system, claiming it unfairly favors the rich.
An explosion in a rice field in Colusa County, California kills farm manager Roberto Ayala. But was it an accident?
Investigators try to identify the author of the mysterious letters.
Paul Moore goes on trial.
A search of Paul Moore's house reveals a piece of evidence that will blow the case wide open.
Three days after the explosion, an heir to a multi-million dollar farming operation has a tip for investigators.
The jury delivers a verdict that will further divide the farming community and the family.
A relative of Pete's turns detectives' attention towards another family member.
Lab results confirm that a bomb caused the explosion-- and two mysterious letters arrive at the Sheriff's Office.
Detective Salm questions Paul about the metal fragment Paul claimed to have found.
The family of Roberto Ayala may be the bomber's next target.
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