GA needs your help!
Can anyone put these 5 puzzle pieces together?
PUZZLE PIECE #1
Here is a NJ Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services Business Status report for Newton Lao Leonard & Locke, LLC dated- today!
According to the report, Newton Lao Leonard & Locke, LLC's business charter was suspended on November 16, 2012. It's current charter status is "REVOKED for not filing annual report for 2 consecutive years." In fact, Newton Lao Leonard & Locke, LLC's charter with the New Jersey Department of the Treasury was revoked in 2012. Putting it simply, since 2012 this company has been "off the books."
PUZZLE PIECE #2
Under oath, Mason testified:
"I have a company, Newton Lau [sp] Leonard & Locke" and that company has employees "now."
PUZZLE PIECE #3
Hoboken elected officials are required to file a Financial Disclosure Report. The 2014 Financial Disclosure Statement, Section II-A, Councilwoman Elizabeth Mason lists Newton Lao Leonard & Locke, LLC as a "source of income... in excess of $2,000." On Financial Disclosure Report Section II-D, she reports an interest in (only) two business entities,Newton Lao Leonard & Locke, LLC and Cooper Place, LLC.
GA is totally confused! I am a layperson, not a financial expert! I pay an accountant to figure out my taxes. None of this makes sense to me.
I have so many questions.
Can an LLC still operate as a business after their charter is revoked? Is it "invisible" to the state? How does it report revenue to the state and federal government? How does it report payroll, and how do employees report income?
PUZZLE PIECE #4
Here is a NJ Division of Revenue and Enterprise Services Business Status report for Mason Civic League, Inc. dated- today!
The Mason Civic League, Inc, has TWO Treasurers.
Treasurer James Barracato, a Weekhawken resident, reports his address is 1200 Washington Street in Hoboken.
Why two Treasurers- does one put money in and the other take it out?
PUZZLE PIECE #5
On February 8, 2012, Lane Bajardi sent an email to Treasurer James Barracato. Bajardi attached a document, Attorney Intro.doc, and wrote:
"If this isn't enough to sue somebody I don't know what is... I realize going with an attorney who Ricky and Beth are comfortable with is key."
Now, those are a couple of puzzle pieces. Maybe they complete more than one puzzle.
As a Hoboken taxpayer subsidizing the Mason Civic League, Inc. non-profit corporation, and a SLAPP suit Defendant, GA wants to solve puzzles.
The public is allowed to access IRS 990 tax returns for 501(c)3 non-profits- that is why the public cannot see the deposits of money into, and expenditures out of the Mason Civic League, Inc.
The Mason Civic League, Inc has filed IRS e-Postcard Forms since 2010.
Maybe that's another puzzle piece.