Under the Biden Administration, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may see a significant boost in budget. Now is the time to consider best practices for that time when the IRS may not be as budget throttled as it is at present.

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After counting down the top five IRS Criminal Investigation cases of 2020, we’ve reached number one. Contenders on the Top Five 2020 list so far included individuals and Big Finance. The number one pick is business of another kind and illustrates...

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For Ohio business owners accidentally or intentionally overdue on their employee withholding, Ohio offers a voluntary disclosure program to facilitate transition back into compliance.

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Complicated and larger than life, extradition on charges of tax crime may have been the final straw that ended the life of cyber service entrepreneur John McAfee.

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Still waiting for your tax refund? The check may—or may not—be in the mail due to a sizeable backlog of returns being handled by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Recent media reports about corporations skipping out on their federal tax obligations could not have come at a worse moment. Structured, long-term arrangements whereby multinational companies use offshore tax jurisdictions to reduce or eliminate...

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Although he died in 2009, the value of the name and likeness of the “King of Pop” took center stage in a recent ruling by the U.S. Tax Court.

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For business owners and individuals who are a little or a lot behind on taxes, Ohio offers Voluntary Disclosure Programs.

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Can claiming you made an innocent mistake on your tax return get you out of hot water with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? Maybe so, maybe not.

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This month, we bring you number two on the Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-C) list of all-time greats from the year 2020. This story involves global intrigue, offshore tax havens, and hidden foreign bank accounts.

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