The incoming administration may pursue taxes differently than the previous administration.

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While it sounds counter-intuitive, bankruptcy can save your business.

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An investigation by the Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement is looking at money laundering and tax evasion—on American soil.

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In keeping with its promise to pursue high-ticket tax offenders, the Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced a 39-count indictment against Robert Brockman, a Texas billionaire and CEO of Reynolds and Reynolds, an Ohio-based software company...

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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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Maintaining some of your wealth through the use of an offshore tax haven can be a good strategy for growing and shielding your money. Americans living abroad routinely use foreign financial institutions for their banking and savings needs. Part of ...

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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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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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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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With years of litigation ahead, two architects of an aggressive tax fraud that enveloped Europe will learn the consequences of their free-wheeling and profitable scheme as their trials get underway.

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