Actor Wesley Snipes has a long-running history of tax controversy with the IRS. In November, 2018, Mr. Snipes was handed another defeat when an IRS decision to reject his offer-in-compromise was upheld by the United States Tax Court.Read More
Housing for the homeless in New York City is a complex issue that involves many agencies and organizations. Federal prosecutors are examining whether one Manhattan business group was more interested in tax fraud than providing safe, subsidized...Read More
You or your company might underreport your income a little. Maybe you don’t reveal all of your foreign holdings on your FBAR. Or, maybe you cooked up a scam over a few years that finds you claiming deductions you have no hope of being able to...Read More
In December, a New York State resident pled guilty to failing to pay over employment taxes to the Internal Revenue Service. Falling behind on withholding payroll taxes—or failing to pay them—is a common and serious form of tax fraud.
It starts with a letter. If you are selected by the Internal Revenue Service for an audit, it is important to respond appropriately.Read More
The Panama Papers leak has yielded its first criminal indictment in the United States.
As the federal government struggles its way out of the longest shutdown in history, there are probably not too many tears shed for the once mighty Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Yet on both sides of the aisle, there may be concern for the growing...Read More
In early December, the British Immigration Minister announced the Tier 1 visa program would be halted on December 7, 2018, to be followed by an audit into allegations of money laundering and tax fraud. By mid-December, the Home Office had reversed...Read More
The Deputy Attorney General recently offered remarks on how federal prosecutors view the criminal and civil pursuit of corporate defendants.Read More
A high-flying bio-tech investment advisor will report to prison in March, 2019, to serve a 30-month sentence.Read More