Payroll taxes are a hard and fast responsibility of those who employ others.  For two C-Suite execs, their desire to conceal a business downturn got the better of their common and fiduciary sense.

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Pretty much any kind of correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is enough to ruin at least lunch.  Receiving notice of an IRS civil tax audit can send a quiver of anxiety through anyone.  To provide a heads-up on avoiding tax...

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Offering an example of one of its “Dirty Dozen Tax Scams,” the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) permanently barred a tax professional from preparing tax returns for others.

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 If you have heard one fraudulent tax scheme, you have heard them all, right?  It usually involves an individual who files false income tax returns for a number of years.  But for Ana Bajo of Salinas, California, a few fraudulent tax returns were...

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Never believe everything you read.  A Baltimore man read a book written by a couple convicted of tax crimes and decided to try it himself.  It earned him 18-months in prison.

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Talk about rotten apples.  A company that sells “gift box quality” fruit from its trucks during the growing season trusted its tax filings to a bad banana. 

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A resort and spa operator is going to need some of his own R & R after pleading guilty to filing false tax returns and failing to pay nearly $2 million in taxes in Arizona. 

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Here’s something you do not see very often—individuals who claim income as household help in order to commit tax fraud.  The dodge earned a North Carolina tax preparer a lot of trouble and more than ten years in prison.

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Using their internet floral business, a Pennsylvania couple engaged in multiple forms of tax fraud that will land them in prison.

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Boo Boo made a boo-boo.  A fraudster with the handle “Boo Boo” is heading to prison for 30 years on multiple counts of tax fraud, identity theft, and federal tax crimes.

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