A French court recently pounded Swiss financial giant UBS Group with a record high fine and penalty after finding the entity sought and then helped clients stash their unreported cash in Swiss accounts to avoid paying French taxes.

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It starts with a letter. If you are selected by the Internal Revenue Service for an audit, it is important to respond appropriately.

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The Deputy Attorney General recently offered remarks on how federal prosecutors view the criminal and civil pursuit of corporate defendants.

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Making focused use of diminishing resources, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced five additional compliance targets.

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Successful prosecution of high profile cases like those involving Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen would seem to burnish the reputation of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as hard on crime—but is it?

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A recently released report looks at tax fraud convictions in the United States in 2017.

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Hired to prepare tax returns, Texas tax preparer Shermin Marshall instead schemed to divert funds for his own use.

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In early June, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) took a step toward helping those with late payments associated with the new section 965 transition tax.

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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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Late in 2017, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) rolled out a second set of campaigns to complement its strategic Large Business and International Compliance Campaigns (LB&I). 

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