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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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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While it sounds counter-intuitive, bankruptcy can save your business.

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Not likely but true—the National Rifle Association (NRA) reported the tax fraud of its own executive board.

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Tax evasion and opaque offshore tax havens are well known for the economic wreckage that results when countries cannot collect legitimate taxes due. A new report pegs the global tax gap at $427 billion.

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The road toward a golden passport to the EU just got a little bumpier.

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The sitting president of the United States reports he is unable to provide his taxes to the American people because they are the subject of a tax audit. If you are contacted for a civil tax audit, are you looking at a decade of tax hassle? Probably...

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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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The pressure on Big Tech to pay big taxes is global. Even as multinational companies battle allegations of tax fraud in Europe, countries in Southeast Asia are moving to claim their share of the digital pie.

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