Payroll taxes fund government programs and agencies. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) shows no signs of slowing down when it comes to initiating and prosecuting employment tax disputes.

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European consumers and countries believe Big Tech companies should pay more taxes than they do at present. Not a shock.

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An official of an international money laundering watchdog says efforts to reduce tax crime and regulate offshore tax behavior remains an uphill battle.

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Like some other employers across the country, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is calling employees back to work. And like other workplaces, employees have similar concerns about safety.

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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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Several European countries recently announced they will not be putting any COVID stimulus monies into the deep pockets of secrecy jurisdictions currently on the EU tax haven blacklist.

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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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A false income tax return may mean different things to different people. How, you ask? There are different types of actions or omissions that broadly constitute tax fraud.

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Recently there has been a lot of conversation about the differences between gig workers and employees. The State of California recently sued ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber for misclassifying their drivers as independent contractors instead of...

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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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