Talk about rotten apples.  A company that sells “gift box quality” fruit from its trucks during the growing season trusted its tax filings to a bad banana. 

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A recent payroll tax case prosecuted by IRS criminal tax investigation agents drives home a message about the importance of accurate payroll records and tax payments.

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Tax season is coming to a close—or is it?

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Here is a pop quiz question:  Do you need to report anything to the Internal Revenue Service about transactions or earnings in virtual currency?  The answer:  The IRS says “yes.”

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A resort and spa operator is going to need some of his own R & R after pleading guilty to filing false tax returns and failing to pay nearly $2 million in taxes in Arizona. 

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Here’s something you do not see very often—individuals who claim income as household help in order to commit tax fraud.  The dodge earned a North Carolina tax preparer a lot of trouble and more than ten years in prison.

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A Florida man will be cooling his heels in prison for more than seven years after conviction on an impressive assortment of criminal tax charges involving chartered aircraft.

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For the fourth consecutive year, abusive tax shelters are on the annual “Dirty Dozen” list posted by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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In its annual call-out of common scams to defraud federal coffers, offshore tax evasion still ranks high for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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They say a cobbler's children has no shoes and a contractor's house is always under construction. In this case, a CPA didn't file his taxes. But, the difference between these is that in the case of the CPA, that failure to execute his profession for...

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