An Ohio businessman facing 20 years in prison pled guilty to tax crime, including filing fraudulent tax returns.

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Complicated and larger than life, extradition on charges of tax crime may have been the final straw that ended the life of cyber service entrepreneur John McAfee.

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For business owners and individuals who are a little or a lot behind on taxes, Ohio offers Voluntary Disclosure Programs.

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Can claiming you made an innocent mistake on your tax return get you out of hot water with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)? Maybe so, maybe not.

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Two recent court rulings drive home the need to pay careful attention to FBAR filings—and the penalties that accrue if they are ignored.

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As most people know, failure to file an income tax return can cause trouble—or you might not get a refund that is owed to you.

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Not likely but true—the National Rifle Association (NRA) reported the tax fraud of its own executive board.

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If your business is struggling with overwhelming debt, options are needed. Different options apply in different circumstances. For some, an offer in compromise (OIC) could have value.

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If you receive a letter from the IRS, there is a decent chance it is a “soft  letter.” What exactly is that supposed to mean and what should you do about it?

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At some point in your life, it is possible you will have a disagreement with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The more complex your financial profile, the greater the likelihood that you and the IRS may not see eye-to-eye.

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