While many people do not know about it, the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBOR) is a powerful document that outlines the rights of U.S. taxpayers in working with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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The annual Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Data Book was recently released, offering a statistical look at the activities of the agency for the fiscal year beginning October 1, 2020, through September 30, 2021.

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The term “tax litigation” can be a dry business term—unless it applies to you.

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New research finds the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is aiming civil audits at low wage earners, demonstrating a confounding approach to a group less known for tax fraud than those with greater wealth.

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A “badge of fraud” is an indicator used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to flag a potentially fraudulent return, transaction, or activity. Better understanding of what triggers IRS interest can help you steer clear of an IRS audit, or worse,...

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An IRS civil tax audit can be a slippery slope toward a far-reaching IRS criminal tax investigation. If you understand the process, you may have a better chance of avoiding a criminal tax charge.

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To the big surprise of no one, Credit Suisse is back in the headlines after a whistleblower leaked information about 18,000 Swiss bank accounts.

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Ohio legislators have joined the bipartisan push for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to provide relief to taxpayers impacted by backlogs at the agency.

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Understanding how an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) civil or criminal tax audit is conducted can help if you are contacted by them.

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Tax season is underway and the Internal Revenue Services (IRS) is offering handy hints to avoid tax fraud or a fraudulent tax return, and how to get your refund as quickly as possible.

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