The incoming administration may pursue taxes differently than the previous administration.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reports a big jump in the number of people filing individual tax returns.

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Let’s say it happened to you. You received a notice for an IRS civil tax audit, you traded documents and telephone calls with the IRS, and you just got the letter from the IRS concerning the findings of the audit. According to the Internal Revenue...

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If you receive a letter from the IRS, there is a decent chance it is a “soft  letter.” What exactly is that supposed to mean and what should you do about it?

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The rosy business prospects of January 2020 gave way to the kind of business devastation that most people have never seen. For business owners, hard times have made for hard choices.

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While it seems like 2020 has been one long disaster, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) stepped up to offer some filing relief for those who are required to file a 2019 Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) who have been hit...

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If you have a choice between retaining legal counsel or taking on the IRS by yourself, what is your best option?

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The sitting president of the United States reports he is unable to provide his taxes to the American people because they are the subject of a tax audit. If you are contacted for a civil tax audit, are you looking at a decade of tax hassle? Probably...

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A recently proposed rule posted in the Federal Register by the Department of Labor (DOL) aims to clear some of the murkiness around who is, and who is not, an employee for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).The new rule may help...

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One form of tax relief could lead to another form of tax enforcement. If you have recently received a letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), it would pay not to ignore it.

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