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  • Airbnb signs new lease in SF; Lee fights tax hiccup
  • San Francisco Supervisor David Chiu proposed legislation to lift a ban on short-term rentals.
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san francisco board of supervisors, laws, taxes, san francisco news
  • Tax payers search through tax forms at the Illinois Department of Revenue in Springfield, Ill., Thursday, April 15, 2010.
  • A handful of Bay Area post offices will stay open late today to allow last minute tax filers to turn in their paperwork.
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taxes, USPS, IRS, local news
  • Doctors Medical Center sign
  • There is a last-ditch effort underway to save Doctors Medical Center from going under, but it requires a parcel tax some don't want to pay.
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taxes, san pablo, health care, east bay news, laura anthony
  • IRS
  • Tax Day tomorrow could be a good day for some folks, but you have to act fast.
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IRS, taxes, national/world
  • Barack and Michelle Obama.
  • The White House says President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama paid just over $98,000 in taxes.
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barack obama, michelle obama, taxes, white house, national/world
  • Campaign sign against drinking sugary drinks
  • There is a campaign underway in San Francisco to get people to stop drinking soda; it coincides with a possible sugar tax.
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san francisco board of supervisors, children, obesity, diabetes, taxes, news
  • 7 On Your Side looks into a widespread IRS scam going around in the Bay Area asking people to send money.
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IRS, taxes, scam, fraud, 7 on your side, michael finney
  • 7 On Your Side looks into a widespread IRS scam going around in the Bay Area asking people to send money.
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IRS, scam, taxes, consumer news
  • IRS
  • The agency has already paid out $73 million in tax refunds averaging $2,831 per person, a 1.5 percent increase over last year.
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IRS, taxes, 7 on your side
  • Shoppers in five Bay Area cities saw their sales taxes go up Tuesday.
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taxes, shopping, antioch, san rafael, corte madera, larkspur, san anselmo, scotts valley, marin county, north bay news
  • More sunshine! The days are starting to get longer.
  • Here are some signs 'springing' up to let us know winter is almost over!
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taxes, snow, coffee, animal, shopping, weddings, watercooler
  • The Western States Pension Assistance Project in Sacramento.
  • The Western States Pension Assistance Project is a government-funded agency that helps with legal problems surrounding retirement programs.
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sacramento, retirement, taxes, pensions, 7 on your side, michael finney
  • The Western States Pension Assistance Project in Sacramento.
  • It's a government benefit that can save people grief when they are working and saving to maintain their lifestyle when they retire.
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sacramento, retirement, taxes, pensions, consumer news
  • Fanta soda cans are seen at The Corner Market in Washington, on Saturday, May 22, 2010. Lawmakers across the country are proposing taxes on sports drinks, and sodas
  • SF supervisors say they're encouraged by a statewide poll that found nearly 80 percent of Bay Area residents support a soda tax.
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san francisco board of supervisors, food, taxes, children, obesity, san francisco news
  • IRS envelope
  • Consumer Reports and 7 On Your Side look into the top tactics used to rip people off around tax time.
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consumer reports, IRS, taxes, scam, 7 on your side, michael finney
  • IRS envelope
  • Consumer Reports and 7 On Your Side look into the top tactics used to rip people off around tax time.
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IRS, taxes, scam, consumer reports, consumer news
  • Fanta soda cans are seen at The Corner Market in Washington, on Saturday, May 22, 2010. Lawmakers across the country are proposing taxes on sports drinks, and sodas
  • San Francisco supervisors introduced a measure for the November ballot that would impose a 2 cents per ounce tax on sugary drinks.
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san francisco board of supervisors, food, taxes, san francisco news
  • Campaign sign against drinking sugary drinks
  • There is a campaign underway in San Francisco to get people to stop drinking soda; it coincides with a possible sugar tax.
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diabetes, obesity, children, san francisco board of supervisors, taxes, food, san francisco news
  • Children and a teacher in a classroom
  • If Gov. Jerry Brown's budget passes, K-12 schools and community colleges will get an extra $10 billion. But it's not all new money.
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taxes, sacramento, jerry brown, economy, teachers, news
  • Gov. Jerry Brown gestures are he responds to a question concerning his proposed 2014-15 state budget he unveiled at a news conference at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif., Thursday Jan. 9, 2014.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)
  • A robust economic recovery and surging revenue propelled by voter-approved tax increases sent California's budget to a record high.
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taxes, sacramento, jerry brown, economy, news
  • Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke speaks during a news conference at the Federal Reserve in Washington, Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013.(AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
  • Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Friday predicted a stronger year for the U.S. economy in 2014.
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ben bernanke, economy, housing market, taxes, federal reserve, business
  • Michael Finney answers questions posted to his Facebook page during ABC7 News at 4.
  • On Tuesday, Finney talked about properly terminating a timeshare, dental insurance, seafood radiation testing.
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taxes, insurance, 7 on your side
  • Michael Finney answers questions posted to his Facebook page during ABC7 News at 4.
  • On Monday, Finney talked about taxes on shipping and handling, online auto insurance quotes and more.
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taxes, insurance, 7 on your side
  • Soda machine
  • A supervisor has a proposal to tax sugary drinks that are sold in San Francisco.
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san francisco board of supervisors, food, taxes, news
  • Soda machine
  • Sugary drinks in San Francisco could be taxed two cents an ounce, under a bill that's being introduced.
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san francisco board of supervisors, food, taxes, san francisco news, amy hollyfield
  • Soda fountain
  • A can of soda could eventually cost about a quarter more in San Francisco.
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san francisco board of supervisors, food, taxes, news
  • Soda fountain
  • A can of soda could eventually cost about a quarter more in San Francisco.
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san francisco board of supervisors, food, taxes, san francisco news, lilian kim
  • Bank 2011 tax forms are seen at an H&R Block in Rockville, Md., on Friday, Jan. 6, 2012.
  • The government shutdown is keeping most IRS workers at home, but that doesn't mean you're off the hook for your taxes.
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taxes, IRS, business
  • Michael Finney answers questions posted to his Facebook page during ABC7 News at 4.
  • On Friday, Finney talked about a house number scam, salmonella scare, and health care.
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taxes, BART, shopping, 7 on your side
  • Michael Finney answers questions posted to his Facebook page during ABC7 News at 4.
  • On Wednesday, Finney talked about comparing electric cars, the government shutdown and Obamacare.
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taxes, BART, shopping, 7 on your side
  • Michael Finney answers questions posted to his Facebook page during ABC7 News at 4.
  • On Friday, Finney talked about gas station pricing, junk mail and car insurance.
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taxes, BART, shopping, 7 on your side
  • Michael Finney answers questions posted to his Facebook page during ABC7 News at 4.
  • On Friday, Finney talked about refrigerant deposits, used vehicles documentation, and iPhone trade-ins.
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taxes, BART, shopping, 7 on your side
  • Beanie Babies creator H. Ty Warner is accused of failing to report income he earned in a secret offshore financial account.
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taxes, banks, national/world
  • Anthony Lucero of Berkeley
  • Millions of people get their tax refunds deposited directly into their bank accounts, but 7 On Your Side warns to double check those numbers.
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berkeley, taxes, consumer news
  • San Jose police officers.
  • San Jose is working on a plan to put more police officers back on its streets but it's coming under attack.
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san jose, SJPD, chuck reed, taxes, news
  • San Jose police officers.
  • San Jose is working on a plan to put more police officers back on its streets but it's coming under attack.
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san jose, SJPD, chuck reed, taxes, south bay news, david louie
  • Anthony Lucero of Berkeley
  • Millions of people get their tax refunds deposited directly into their bank accounts, but 7 On Your Side warns to double check those numbers.
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taxes, berkeley, 7 on your side, michael finney
  • The government is issuing the regulations needed to allow gay couples married in states that recognize same-sex marriages to file joint federal tax returns.
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IRS, same sex marriage, lgbt, taxes, national/world
  • CA tax auditor facing child molestation charges
  • A registered sex offender who works as a tax auditor for the state is now facing child molestation charges.
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livermore, crime, sex crimes, sex offender, taxes, child abuse, children, east bay news
  • Pressure mounts for $2 per pack tax on cigarettes
  • Health groups are ramping up their pressure on state lawmakers for a $2-per-pack cigarette tax in California.
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cigarettes, taxes, sacramento, state capitol, politics video
  • Pressure mounts for $2 per pack tax on cigarettes
  • Health groups are ramping up their pressure on state lawmakers for a $2-per-pack cigarette tax in California.
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cigarettes, taxes, sacramento, state capitol, politics, nannette miranda
  • Middle-class families with college-aged students know the cost of California universities has been skyrocketing.
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UC, CSU, budget cuts, sacramento, taxes, politics, nannette miranda
  • Middle-class families with college-age kids knows the cost of California universities has been skyrocketing.
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UC, CSU, budget cuts, sacramento, taxes, politics video
  • A financial perk designed to attract businesses to troubled neighborhoods is under fire in Sacramento.
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sacramento, taxes, jerry brown, jerry hill, politics, nannette miranda
  • Strip club.
  • A financial perk designed to attract businesses to troubled neighborhoods is under fire in Sacramento.
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sacramento, taxes, jerry brown, jerry hill, news
  • IRS Office
  • The new acting head of the Internal Revenue Service is telling Congress that American taxpayers no longer trust the agency.
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taxes, IRS, news
  • Apple CEO claims theyre paying their taxes
  • Apple's CEO testified before a Senate subcommittee looking into how the company is sheltering profits outside the US.
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apple, taxes, senate, business
  • Abuse of tax loophole led to IRS scandal
  • We take a look at how political groups may have taken advantage of a tax loophole meant for "social welfare" organizations.
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IRS, taxes, tea party, republicans, democrats, politics, mark matthews
  • Abuse of tax loophole led to IRS scandal
  • We take a look at how political groups may have taken advantage of a tax loophole meant for "social welfare" organizations.
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IRS, tea party, taxes, republicans, democrats, politics video
  • NorCal Tea Party leader Ginni Rapini
  • We caught up with a NorCal Tea Party leader who says the IRS held up her application for 3 years.
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IRS, tea party, sacramento, barack obama, taxes, politics video