Preparing for an audit by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is easier when you have some idea of the type of examination ahead. 

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We continue our top ten countdown of financial crimes prosecuted by IRS:CI during 2021. In case #5, the IRS continued to focus on tax crimes conducted with digital currency.

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McDonald’s has agreed to pay French tax authorities $1.3 billion to settle civil and criminal cases against the company.

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If you are working with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on a payroll tax dispute, it is important to understand the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TRFP).

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An Offer in Compromise (OIC) is an agreement sometimes offered by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to manage tax liability. Is it the right move for you?

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Last month, we talked about the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBOR). This month, we will look at another consumer resource, the National Taxpayer Advocate, and the recent fiscal year Objectives Report to Congress.

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Offshore financial centers offer options to people and governments interested in protecting and growing their wealth. Some promote tax fraud, while others do not.

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The IRS is behind, beleaguered, and budget-challenged.

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Combine cyber currency and tax fraud and what do you have? The answer is number six on the IRS countdown of the top ten criminal tax investigations of 2021.

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In what is touted as the largest criminal tax matter against an individual taxpayer in the U.S., billionaire Robert Brockman was found competent to stand trial.

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