In May, the Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA) issued a report that confirms the Internal Revenue Service is not pursing high income taxpayers that fail to file tax returns.

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Everybody loves a good story. Here’s one: A movie producer accused of laundering $248 billion recently saw charges against him dropped—after he agreed to return $107 of his largess.

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Taylor Lohmeyer is going to have to give up the goods. Or, at least that is the latest from a federal appeals court in a matter involving the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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

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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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Whether as employee or employer, taxes are a permanent workforce expectation.  Here is the lowdown on the types of schemes the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regards when initiating a civil tax audit or criminal tax investigation.

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A tax gap is the difference between taxes that are owed and taxes that are actually paid.  For six Silicon Valley multinational companies, that gap is more than $100 billion according to a global tax watchdog.

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Few people enjoy paying taxes, but some taxpayers avoid taxes, while others evade them—what’s the real difference?

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The Trump Administration is reportedly considering a business-friendly move to reopen the door to the migration of money to offshore destinations to reduce the tax burden of US companies.

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