An Ohio businessman facing 20 years in prison pled guilty to tax crime, including filing fraudulent tax returns.

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Kenneth Johnson, 75 years old, has represented the Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood on the Cleveland City Council for decades. In July 2021, his career of service ended with his conviction of submitting fraudulent tax returns, among other tax violations.

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Are you considering placing an investment in an offshore tax haven? While you can protect your wealth, there is a lot of bad press around the practice—what do you need to know?

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For the last several months, we’ve been counting down the top five list of criminal tax charges of 2020 from the IRS Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI). Because of the sheer audacity of the tax fraud, we decided to include the Honorable...

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Under the Biden Administration, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may see a significant boost in budget. Now is the time to consider best practices for that time when the IRS may not be as budget throttled as it is at present.

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Complicated and larger than life, extradition on charges of tax crime may have been the final straw that ended the life of cyber service entrepreneur John McAfee.

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For business owners and individuals who are a little or a lot behind on taxes, Ohio offers Voluntary Disclosure Programs.

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Can claiming you made an innocent mistake on your tax return get you out of hot water with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? Maybe so, maybe not.

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