Employers in the U.S. are required to collect employment taxes and pay them over to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Not only that but responsible parties are expected to do so in a timely and correct manner. Not surprisingly, if there is an...

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As we usher in the new year of 2024, it's the perfect moment to wrap up our IRS: CI Top Ten Tax Fraud list. To round off the year, we'll delve into the number one tax fraud from the IRS: CI's compilation of the most notable tax frauds in 2022.

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Your return is complete and you owe more money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) than you can pay.  Or, maybe you have a long-standing tax liability with the IRS. What can you do?

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An Illinois woman was sentenced for failing to file personal and business tax returns.

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Employers in Ohio and across the U.S. are obligated to collect, report, remit, and document taxes withheld from employees that are paid over to state coffers and the U.S. Treasury. Failure of that duty can lead to personal liability for business...

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The temptation is too great—a business owner siphons employment taxes to fund the business or his lifestyle. You may be falling behind on paying over withholding taxes right now, but are convinced no one will notice. But what if the IRS already...

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Payroll tax crimes are common and usually avoidable. The plight of one business owner highlights the federal obligation to pay over employment taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Tax crime pays—for a while. A North Carolina couple recently learned how expensive tax fraud can really be.

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Operating a business of any size requires skill, responsibility, organization, and the ability to understand and execute on compliance issues. Sometimes proximity to stress and the company checkbook puts business owners and their company at risk if...

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Under the Biden Administration, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may see a significant boost in budget. Now is the time to consider best practices for that time when the IRS may not be as budget throttled as it is at present.

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