Even when aggravated, treat others with respect—especially if it is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Those who do not may end up with a special designation with the IRS—a Potentially Dangerous Taxpayer (PDT).

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A bankruptcy filing under Chapter 7 of the US Bankruptcy Code could help you wind down your business and discharge certain types of unmanageable debt.

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For businesses faced with tough economic conditions and mounting debt, bankruptcy may be an option.

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Sometimes, tax fraud takes the form of schemes and scams that take advantage of taxpayer funded programs like Medicaid.

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A nanoscientist with a yen for the good life is facing a world of trouble for not disclosing his professional ties with China.

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In a complicated scheme spanning years, a Kansas man used payday loan debt to make money and committed tax fraud along the way.

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How troublesome is it if you fail to file your annual tax return, or your quarterly business taxes? This is not a trick question. The answer is, “it depends.”

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Most of us would not intentionally commit tax fraud. Being convicted of filing fraudulent tax returns can put a crimp in your professional life, not to mention the possibility of going to prison. Yet, some people commit tax crime without even...

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A person uses stolen identity information to file a false tax return and received a refund intended for another. The individual and their crew are caught and face prosecution. This is the story of how that happens.

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Big Labor has spent decades fighting a reputation for dealing under the table. A recent guilty plea by the former president of the United Auto Workers Union (UAW) is going to keep that assessment intact as a federal investigation continues to pull...

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