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  • Is Identity Theft Common in Wisconsin?
    Is Identity Theft Common in Wisconsin?

    Wisconsin has several statutes that outline identity theft laws and consequences. This white-collar crime has been around for hundreds of years, but the manner in which the crimes are committed has ...

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  • The Consequences of Credit Card Fraud
    The Consequences of Credit Card Fraud

    People may think of large-scale schemes and big organizations when they think of the term credit card fraud. However, credit card fraud can be committed by the average person. Many people use their ...

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  • Wisconsin Gambling Laws
    Wisconsin Gambling Laws

    Is Gambling in Wisconsin Illegal? For starters, Wisconsin’s gambling laws do not compare to those in Las Vegas. However, some types of gambling are legal in certain areas within the state. Casinos ...

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  • SBA Loan Fraud & Possible Penalties
    SBA Loan Fraud & Possible Penalties

    SBA Loan Frauds 2020 to 2021: What You Need to Know The US Small Business Administration (SBA) has been offering economic stimulus programs to eligible business owners due to the COVID-19 pandemic. ...

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  • 8 Common types of Credit Card Fraud
    8 Common types of Credit Card Fraud

    How Do Credit Card Frauds Happen? Credit card fraud is the unauthorized use of a credit or debit card to fraudulently obtains money or property. This crime is the most frequent type of identity theft ...

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  • What’s the Difference Between Tax Avoidance and Tax Evasion?
    What’s the Difference Between Tax Avoidance and Tax Evasion?

    Business owners can take advantage of specific tax codes, allowing them to minimize their tax liabilities to the government. Using these methods, referred to as tax avoidance, the person can ...

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