The application period for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Compliance Assurance Program (CAP) is now open.

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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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A Chicago businessman complained his property was over-assessed. The law firm hired by the businessman pushed the case. Eventually, the state agency voted to reduce the assessment and give a tax refund to the businessman. And so, the wheels of...

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If your business receives a letter in the mail from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in August, the chances are good it has to do with a new campaign by the IRS concerning identity theft.

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It is an old story with a new name—Swiss Life admits to helping Americans hide offshore assets and will pay a fine as a result.

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New tax cuts will come in handy for Ohio business owners and the legislators who made those tax cuts possible.

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Still waiting for your tax refund? The check may—or may not—be in the mail due to a sizeable backlog of returns being handled by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Recent media reports about corporations skipping out on their federal tax obligations could not have come at a worse moment. Structured, long-term arrangements whereby multinational companies use offshore tax jurisdictions to reduce or eliminate...

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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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