Tax Tips: Innocent Spouse Relief – YouTube

The IRS has lifted the two-year time limit on a particular type of innocent spouse request (equitable relief) in this new YouTube video.

Watch this and other videos on the IRS’s YouTube Channel.

Better Facebook 5.94 Restores Chronological News Feed

Better FaceBook fixes a lot of the annoying changes made by FB; but, most important, it restores the chronological news feed as your default setting!!

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Amazon Kindle Fire tablet unveiled: Android-based, 7-inch display, $199 price tag — Engadget

Itching for specs? How’s about a 7-inch IPS (!) panel, Gorilla Glass coating, a 1GHz TI OMAP dual-core CPU, 512MB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage and a chassis that weighs 14.6 ounces. There’s also access to things you’d expect to have access to: Android Appstore (though no access to Google’s Android Market!), Kindle books, magazines, etc. — all stored for free via Amazon Cloud Storage. Per Jeff: “Delete it and get it back when you want.” Oh, and Whispersync now works with movies and TV shows! “When you get home, switch to your big screen TV. Your movie will be right where you left it.” While it’s clearly Android underneath, the actual UI looks effectively nothing like it — considering TechCrunch‘sintel that Amazon went and did its own thing without Google’s blessing, we guess that makes some level of sense. Oh, and pre-orders are set to start today (but only for Americans… boo), with shipments heading out on November 15th.

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Legal Technology: Change is Good-Nicole Black, Esq.

Nicole Black’s latest SlideShare upload : Legal Technology: Change is Good from her keynote last week:


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Free PACER Training Site Available

 Are you interested in learning how to access federal court recordsonline, or want to sharpen the record-searching skills you already have?A training site for the federal judiciary’s Public Access to CourtElectronic Records (PACER) service recently became available.

The site features data from real cases filed in the U.S. District Courtfor the Western District of New York in 2007. There’s no charge. Currentand future users of PACER can benefit from the training site.



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