In May, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) issued a report that confirms the Internal Revenue Service is not pursing high income taxpayers that fail to file tax returns.

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If you fail to fully report your income to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), you could be heading for tax troubles ahead.

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Everybody loves a good story. Here’s one: A movie producer accused of laundering $248 billion recently saw charges against him dropped—after he agreed to return $107 of his largess.

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A false income tax return may mean different things to different people. How, you ask? There are different types of actions or omissions that broadly constitute tax fraud.

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A Miami business man will spend two years in prison and still owe a tax bill of almost $10 million.  There has to be a better way.

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Whether as employee or employer, taxes are a permanent workforce expectation.  Here is the lowdown on the types of schemes the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regards when initiating a civil tax audit or criminal tax investigation.

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Avoiding allegations of tax crime is important for anyone—especially business owners or high asset individuals who are more likely to become targets of an IRS criminal investigation.  When we talk about “criminal tax matters,” what do we mean? ...

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It usually starts with a letter, and it goes downhill after that.  Not to upset you, but if you receive an audit notification from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), act now and relax later.  Let’s talk about why.

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On the second day of 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) helpfully announced that on January 27, 2020, it is open season on the 2019-2020 tax season.

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“Citizenship for investment,” does the term sound familiar?  The EU is cracking down on tax havens that put a price tag on citizenship.

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