The IRS may be Altering the Tax Filing System very Soon
Uniic Media Newsletter - Monday - August 22, 2022
More Complaints Filed against Bradenton’s Police Chief Melanie Bevan
Mayor Gene Brown has received four more affidavits from four officers who claim that the command staff encouraged unlawful arrests and stealing from officers. The mayor has been asked to conduct or at least spark a thorough investigation into the situation by Mike McHale, the President of the Southwest Florida Police Benevolent Association.
Since the “unlawful search” conducted by Bradenton Police Chief Melanie Bevan, more officers have come forward to speak out against the actions of the police department’s higher command. Some staff claim they have "put all of the citizens in Bradenton at risk, including any and all BPD officers."
The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee raised nearly $8 Million in July
In the month of July, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has raked in nearly $8 Million in fundraising. This marks the fourth month in a row in which the group has outdone its Republican counterpart. Currently, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee sits in a comfortable spot with midterms right around the corner holding more than $50 Million in cash. The National Republican Senatorial Committee holds almost half of that figure with $23 Million.
However, the fundraising seems to have slowed down. In June, the group raised $12.5 Million when there was a surge due to the overturning of Roe v. Wade. The midterm elections are on the hot seat as some prominent GOP members have spoken out against the fading reality of the November “Red Wave.”
Russian Offensive Launches Missiles near the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Plant leading to more Calls of Demilitarizing the Area
Towns surrounding the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant were victims of Russian rockets fired today. The bombing runs come as the Ukrainian government banned rallies to celebrate Ukraine’s Independence Day. The strikes also push forward the wish to demilitarize the area surrounding the nuclear plant in fear of a nuclear disaster.
Both countries — Ukraine and Russia — have spent the majority of their time blaming each other for the shelling. The area is currently held by the Russian military but operates through Ukrainian operators.
At least four individuals were injured as Russian rockets hit Nikopol, Krivyi Rih, and the Synelnykovsky districts, according to Valentyn Reznichenko, the regional Governor of the area.
Americans may be Filing Taxes through an Online Portal Very Soon
The massive Inflation Reduction Act gave nearly $80 Billion in spending to the IRS. Of that $80 Billion, $15 Million of it is meant to be used by the agency to deliver an in-depth report as to whether or not they can provide a free government ran tax filing system that would be hosted online. Sooner than later, the IRS can be changing the game for the way Americans will be filing their taxes.
There is a deadline of roughly a year to deliver the plan. To be more specific, the task at hand is for the IRS to figure out how much an online filing system would cost, how to design the system, and how taxpayers would feel about using an online portal to file taxes. Currently, due to the research of multiple tax experts, two systems remain at the front of the conversation: Far-Reaching and Conservative.
Tuesday will Consist of Big Primaries in New York, Florida, and Oklahoma
Multiple primary elections will take place tomorrow and some of the highly anticipated races will be happening in Florida as two Democratic candidates run to the finish to face Ron DeSantis in November. New York will also be conducting a primary tomorrow consisting of a spot in the House due to redistricting leaving two Democrats competing for the spot.
In Oklahoma, two Trump-backed candidates will battle it out in a runoff to be the GOP’s candidate to finish the term of Jim Inhofe who is stepping down at the end of the year. There are currently four years left in his term.