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While many people do not know about it, the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBOR) is a powerful document that outlines the rights of U.S. taxpayers in working with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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The annual Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Data Book was recently released, offering a statistical look at the activities of the agency for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2020, through September 30, 2021.

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A professor charged under a sweeping initiative to uncover Chinese espionage in the U.S. was instead convicted of failing to disclose an offshore bank account.

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It is not unusual for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to question a tax return or note an adjustment if you have been through an IRS audit. If you do not agree with a correction on your returns, you can dispute the finding through the IRS appeals...

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The long arm of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reaches for monies you keep anywhere in the world. Accurate reporting is key to remaining compliant and off the radar of the IRS.

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Filing a false tax return with foreign flair, the efforts of oligarch Oleg Tinkov to escape taxation landed him in the number seven spot on IRS: CIs Top Ten list for 2021.

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If you have reason to believe you could be investigated for a criminal tax matter, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Voluntary Disclosure Practice could help you address the question of future criminal tax litigation.

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Tall tales abound, even when it comes to paying taxes.

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The term “tax litigation” can be a dry business term—unless it applies to you.

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Tax crime can ensnare even those whose livelihood involves helping others out of their legal troubles.

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