Some people file false income tax returns, and others embellish or otherwise engage in tax fraud on their annual returns. Then there are the taxpayers that just do not file at all—the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) calls them “nonfilers.”

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While talking big and selling fake facts may not raise eyebrows today, Michael Cooper, founder of The Tax People, made big news for a short time selling tax fraud in the late 1990’s. Convicted of criminal tax fraud, Mr. Cooper went to federal prison...

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When tax debt is more than you are able to pay, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may consider an offer in compromise.

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Anytime is a good time for a tax scam, but fraudsters often take special advantage of periods of high economic or community instability.

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The Criminal Investigation unit of the IRS (IRS-CI) collaborates with international partners to identify, investigate, and prosecute a variety of crimes around the world.

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If you have a foreign bank account, hopefully you have heard about FATCA. FATCA enables the long arm of the US Treasury to require foreign entities to report offshore tax monies and assets held by US taxpayers to that agency.

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In response to the COVID-19 crises, the recently passed Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act gives business owners and individual taxpayers some relief from the sudden shock of a stalled economy. In addition to understanding...

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A new British levy is expected to raise £100m to fund anti-money laundering efforts in the United Kingdom.

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Relieving some stress on a country devastated by viral illness, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) pushed back the traditional filing dates for income tax returns this year.

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Indicting two Chinese nationals, the Department of Justice (DOJ) pulled back the curtain around ongoing North Korean efforts to subvert sanctions and fund missile programs through massive tax crimes involving stolen cryptocurrency.

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