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Service Tax Guide for Indian Bloggers and Freelancers – 2014

In my previous article, I explained the computation of income tax on earnings from blogging and in this article; I would try to explain the levy & computation of service tax on bloggers and freelancers. Service Tax on Bloggers & Freelancers Service Tax is a tax which is paid by the provider of service. Any person whose revenue from providing of any type service (whether Consultancy/Affiliate/Designing/ SEO or any other [...]
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Top 5 Bloggers To Follow Right Now To Learn Blogging

Every newbie blogger need the best tips from the best people in the world. And, I bet that you are looking for the best tips too because you want to grow your blog as fast as possible and you want to be in the list of top bloggers too. Do you know who are the top bloggers in the industry of “Blogging Tips, SEO & Social Media Tips”? So, you [...]
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Online Mortgage Lead Generator To Pay $500K Fine For Deceptive Ads

A Colorado-based firm has agreed to pay $500,000 to settle charges by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) that it falsely advertised free mortgage refinancing services online.
The lead generator, Intermundo Media, LLC used the name “Delta Prime Refinance” in ads that claimed homeowners could refinance their mortgages for free to attract leads it then sold to refinancing companies.
The FTC complaint states that the company’s deceptive ads, which ran on Google, Microsoft, AOL, Yahoo, as well as on its own websites, made numerous false claims and failed to include required disclosures for mortgage loans in violation of the Truth in Lending Act.
“An ad that says you can refinance your mortgage for free is clearly deceptive if you have to pay money at some point before you sign on the dotted line,” said Jessica Rich, Director of the FTC’s Bureau of Consumer Protection. “Lead generators need to understand that federal laws governing truth in advertising apply to them as well as everybody else.”