A program aimed at helping employers retain workers during the pandemic is now the subject of an IRS investigation.

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As common as it is, tax fraud is still a shock to unsuspecting investors. In this scam, at #8 on the IRS: CI list of top litigated matters last year, a California man lived high off the investments of others for years before law enforcement moved in.

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A couple files a false tax return and then tries to cover up the refund they received as a result.  What could possibly go wrong?

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A Nevada tax preparer grew his business through forgery and identity theft--and then sold his puffed-up preparer business to an unsuspecting buyer.

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If you have not filed your federal tax returns in the last few years, tax season may provide an uncomfortable reminder of that obligation.

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The Automated Underreporter (AUR) program is an important part of compliance efforts at the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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With tax season approaching, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is again warning consumers and companies to avoid “ghost” tax return preparers. Are you a ghost preparer?

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Recent arrests in a $1 billion tax crime serve as a cautionary tale for tax professionals considering the true cost of preparing and filing fraudulent tax returns.

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Tax fraud associated with income tax returns is a perennial pick for prosecution by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A recent case in New York City illustrates the pursuit of such cases and an outcome that could have been worse.

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The Internal Revenue Service continues to drive home the message about the danger of tax-related identity theft.

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