Recent research suggests that those who have the most money tend to pay the least amount of their earnings to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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The Internal Revenue Service is perennially concerned with employment taxes. There are a myriad of ways a payroll tax issue can quickly turn into tax fraud.

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It's tax season, and that means there are a lot of documents to prepare. The deadline extension to May 17, 2021, is helpful, but it's still a stressful time. A lot of that stress comes from waiting until the last minute--to start working on it or to...

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Coordinated legal action and lender approval helped a North Carolina-based department store exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy in one day.

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Tax fraud involving fraudulent tax returns takes down another tax preparer—this time an examiner for the IRS.

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As most people know, failure to file an income tax return can cause trouble—or you might not get a refund that is owed to you.

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Avoid an IRS audit by knowing what you can–and cannot—deduct this year. The Domestic Production Activities Deduction (DPAD) is likely not a good candidate.

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Two principals of the defunct law firm behind the notorious Panama Papers scandal sued Netflix for its allegedly defamatory depiction of them in the movie, “The Laundromat.”

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Eager to avoid a tax controversy? Let’s talk about how to steer clear of filing a false tax return or one that is likely to attract the attention of the algorithms or personnel employed by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Let’s say it happened to you. You received a notice for an IRS civil tax audit, you traded documents and telephone calls with the IRS, and you just got the letter from the IRS concerning the findings of the audit. According to the Internal Revenue...

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