In personal finance, nobody’s perfect

Outside political spending has exploded since the decision, as have the number of groups seeking 501(c)4 status. More than 3,200 groups sought the status in 2012, as opposed to 1,735 in 2010. Van Hollen said that his primary goal in the suit was campaign finance transparency, but he hoped that the suit’s ancillary consequences could pull in allies from the opposite end of the political spectrum. Congressional Republicans have been outraged over the IRS’s campaign finance role since the agency admitted earlier this year that some of its employees had used criteria that targeted tea-party groups seeking 501(c)4 status for closer scrutiny.

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Heinz-Peter Bader/Reuters/File Enlarge When Im writing articles for The Simple Dollar, Im always scouring my life forpositivepersonal finance stories to share. What things have I done that haveworkedfor me? What principles have I seen show up time and time again in my life? How do I keep myself positively motivated? Trent Hamm The Simple Dollar is a blog for those of us who need both cents and sense: people fighting debt and bad spending habits while building a financially secure future and still affording a latte or two.

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