Ready or not, a new tax season is upon us.

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Even when aggravated, treat others with respect—especially if it is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Those who do not may end up with a special designation with the IRS—a Potentially Dangerous Taxpayer (PDT).

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The IRS CI Annual Report for 2020 has been released. The Annual Report always offers an interesting inside look at the work of special agents who focus entirely on criminal tax matters in the U.S.

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For businesses faced with tough economic conditions and mounting debt, bankruptcy may be an option.

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The rosy business prospects of January 2020 gave way to the kind of business devastation that most people have never seen. For business owners, hard times have made for hard choices.

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The road toward a golden passport to the EU just got a little bumpier.

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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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If you are tagged by the Internal Revenue Service for failure to file a tax return, or your annual FBAR, you have stepped into something that is both a noun and a verb—a tax controversy.

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A recently proposed rule posted in the Federal Register by the Department of Labor (DOL) aims to clear some of the murkiness around who is, and who is not, an employee for purposes of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA).The new rule may help...

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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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