A New York couple and their son may serve prison time for doing more with their dough than make pastries to sell at their three donut shops.

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Recently released, the IRS-Criminal Investigation (IRS-CI) Annual Report offers an inside peek at the workings of the financial and criminal tax investigation activities of the IRS.

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Tax crimes are not created equal. Better understanding of criminal tax charges helps refine your understanding of the actions that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) finds objectionable—and why.

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For some, the temptation to file a false tax return is too great to resist. After that, tax evasion can snowball. For one taxpayer, who was also employed by the IRS, the outcome could be prison.

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Business owners in Ohio are steamed over several proposals associated with President Biden’s reconciliation bill and they are letting Washington know about it.

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San Gabriel, California entrepreneurs known for their soup dumplings are putting tax evasion behind them by pleading guilty to reduced charges.

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

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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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Kenneth Johnson, 75 years old, has represented the Buckeye-Shaker neighborhood on the Cleveland City Council for decades. In July 2021, his career of service ended with his conviction of submitting fraudulent tax returns, among other tax violations.

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Tax fraud involving identity theft is big business. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants to help you understand your risks, and be proactive in preventing others from gaining access to your tax ID and data.

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