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A few years ago, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) caused a significant stir by claiming IRS: CI had the right to read your email. Those assertions have largely gone quiet, but the question remains—is the IRS looking at your social media?

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Employers in Ohio and across the U.S. are obligated to collect, report, remit, and document taxes withheld from employees that are paid over to state coffers and the U.S. Treasury. Failure of that duty can lead to personal liability for business...

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If there is any doubt that cyber threats are on the rise, here are just a few statistics that show the increased danger to businesses, organizations, individuals, and governmental agencies:

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While there are numerous legal ways to minimize an income tax burden, falsifying returns and committing fraud to try to get out of paying what is lawfully owed will get you into trouble with the IRS, as one Michigan man recently found out.

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In its ongoing campaign to improve quality, efficiency, and customer service, the IRS has announced that it will allow taxpayers to file all major tax returns online, starting with the 2024 tax season.

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There are a number of celebrities in the U.S. who have paid the price for tax evasion and tax fraud, including Martha Stewart, Willie Nelson, Alex Baldwin, and Nicolas Cage (with Hunter Biden’s eventual fate still in the offing). It seems that the...

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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a legal procedure that allows opposing parties to avoid litigation and reach a mutually acceptable agreement. It has been used to resolve issues in civil matters from divorce to foreclosures. It is being...

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Once again, Deutsch Bank finds itself in the U.S. Federal Reserve’s gunsights for its failure to fix its anti-money laundering (AML) practices. This time, it is costing them $186M.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reserves its Top Ten Tax Fraud list for notable schemes prosecuted in the past year. Number five is on the list likely for its national scale and sheer audacity.

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Increased risk and scammers contributed to the decision that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will discontinue unannounced visits to taxpayers who owe taxes or failed to file tax returns.

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