Seems like a lot of careful planning didn't pan out. After creating an elaborate scheme which involved hiding over $18 million for a client, a Houston, Texas attorney was convicted earlier this Fall of tax evasion, and now faces up to 20 years in...

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Since the summer, we have been following the story of a former IRS attorney who used what he learned on the job to serve his personal interests. But it backfired and he was convicted by a federal jury for 23 years of tax evasion. Well, last month,...

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With stacks of cash and money changing hands quickly, it's easy to understand the temptation for restaurant owners to dip into those funds when cash is needed for personal expenses. However, two Texas restaurant owners took it to another level...

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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...

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Anyone that says tax law is a boring, static area of practice is not paying attention. Tax law often changes, as highlighted by recent adjustments coming up involving how the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will conduct audits of partnerships.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has agreed to outsource its tax debt collection efforts. In an effort to help cut down on expenses, the federal agency has arranged to use the services of contractors to contact and extract payment from taxpayers.

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The laws governing the tax process are complex. Adding to this complexity is the fact that the laws often change. One change that has resulted in multiple lawsuits involves whether or not the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can change the law and...

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There are those in the world that thrive on cheating others out of money. Fraudulent scams are not a novel concept, but the methods used to perpetuate these schemes often change. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is attempting to reduce the risk of...

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently changed how it is processing offers in compromise applications. The change is intended to help better ensure that all necessary information is included before filing the initial application. Unfortunately,...

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An Alaskan oncologist is facing some severe charges stemming from filing false tax documents, making false statements, taking inappropriate tax deductions, and obstruction charges. He also established a non-profit that used to fill his personal...

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