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

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It was an interesting scheme but will ultimately cost a New Jersey man six years of his life behind bars.

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If you are tagged by the Internal Revenue Service for failure to file a tax return, or your annual FBAR, you have stepped into something that is both a noun and a verb—a tax controversy.

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One thing to remember about committing a tax crime—it doesn’t always happen to someone else.

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Outsourcing payroll functions can save business owners and operators time and money. Using vendor expertise lets employers focus on marketing their core strengths and customer fulfillment. For some companies, it is a good deal—and sometimes it isn’t.

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Many people get caught up in allegations of tax fraud. Recently the king of Philadelphia Cheesesteak and his son were indicted for filing false tax returns and other criminal tax charges.

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The circumstances around the arrest of a San Jose man tells a story of several common tax crimes rolled into one complicated narrative.

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After politicians and profiteers sacked a Malaysian investment fund, Goldman Sachs is now paying the shortfall—and trying to avoid criminal tax charges in the United States.

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A person uses stolen identity information to file a false tax return and received a refund intended for another. The individual and their crew are caught and face prosecution. This is the story of how that happens.

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When the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is interested in your business, the result could be a civil tax audit.

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