Despite reduced budget resources and flagging morale, the Internal Revenue Service maintains a keen interest in tax crimes that involve opaque tax havens and money laundering.Read More
Like Americans, some Canadians cannot stand a tax cheat. In fiscal year 2018, Canada Revenue, the federal tax agency of our neighbor to the north, received 32,157 anonymously volunteered tips.Read More
For many taxpayers, tax season is over. However, if your company or tax return is a complicated landscape, you may have yet to file. What is your confidence level about the individual or business that is preparing your return?Read More
Managing a healthcare organization is a complicated job. There are a lot of components to running the operations of a network or facility properly. But in this case, two executives of a Michigan Healthcare Management Company didn't practice...
Not paying employee taxes can result in walking on broken glass. Last month, the owner of a glass company in Greenville, Ohio, plead guilty to not paying employment taxes, as well as admitted to filing false tax returns and failing to file returns.Read More
You may have “forgotten” to file a Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts Report (FBAR). Maybe you forgot for several years. You knew about the requirement, but didn’t like the idea, and you failed to alert your accountant to your offshore tax...Read More
What started out as a fish restaurant venture turned into a whopper of a federal criminal tax investigation, leaving the owners in hot water—and facing up to five years in prison.Read More
The filing date for the Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) report is coming right up. While filing on time allows you to fulfill your responsibilities as an American taxpayer, it also helps you avoid the sizeable penalties you can incur for...Read More
Tax Day, on April 15, is fast approaching. After being sentenced to a year in prison for failure to file, it is a pretty good bet that a Colorado businessman will remember to file this year.Read More
Bright lights, big city and tax fraud: the story plays out repeatedly and did so again, only this time it involved the storied Friars Club of Manhattan.