Recent research suggests that those who have the most money tend to pay the least amount of their earnings to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Tax fraud is easy to commit and less easy to remedy once a criminal tax investigation has been initiated. Are you concerned about attracting the interest of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)?

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Tax fraud involving fraudulent tax returns takes down another tax preparer—this time an examiner for the IRS.

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Avoid an IRS audit by knowing what you can–and cannot—deduct this year. The Domestic Production Activities Deduction (DPAD) is likely not a good candidate.

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

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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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Tax evasion and opaque offshore tax havens are well known for the economic wreckage that results when countries cannot collect legitimate taxes due. A new report pegs the global tax gap at $427 billion.

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A nanoscientist with a yen for the good life is facing a world of trouble for not disclosing his professional ties with China.

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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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How troublesome is it if you fail to file your annual tax return, or your quarterly business taxes? This is not a trick question. The answer is, “it depends.”

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