The COVID-19 pandemic changed a lot of things—including taxes paid to the municipalities where many Ohio businesses are located.

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Does deciding not to report income earned off the table really matter? It is not like stealing—or adding a fictitious dependent, right? What exactly constitutes a tax crime to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)?

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Sometimes an employment tax dispute is more than that. For a New York businessman, stashing the payroll taxes became a habit, and then a tax crime.

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With the move to remote work, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) continues to work to deter and prevent cyberattacks on confidential taxpayer information.

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Ensuring your payroll taxes are promptly paid is a key compliance issue for businesses of all sizes.

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Employee classification is a hot button with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If you are aware of some classification misalignments in your company, the IRS Voluntary Classification Settlement Program (VCSP) could be the program you have been...

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A Florida man was arrested in September on criminal tax charges that stretch around the world.

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A small crew files false income tax returns and directs refund checks to accounts held in the names of the co-conspirators. Not a terribly catchy caper, and fairly common. A Washington D.C. man took it a little further by involving the identity of a...

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