Despite reduced budget resources and flagging morale, the Internal Revenue Service maintains a keen interest in tax crimes that involve opaque tax havens and money laundering.

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The IRS Data Book is an annual event. It is a compendium of actions taken, returns filed (and not filed) and continuing evidence of the calcifying state of the underfunded federal agency for fiscal year 2018.

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In the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), one of the worst things a business can do is not pay their employment taxes. So after failing to pay nearly $1 million in payroll tax withholdings to the IRS, a Long Island construction business...

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It's often common practice to take what one learns on the job and apply it to their personal life. However, in a case last month, a former IRS employee and attorney proved he hadn't learned enough, and was convicted, by a federal jury in Nevada, of...

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Caught up in a lengthy investigation, Deutsche Bank is bracing for ongoing tax litigation over its role in a global money-laundering scam known as the “Russian Laundromat.”

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Once synonymous with wealth and endowment of the arts and sciences, the Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma, face years of legal challenges for their role in the opioid crises and related charges—include tax fraud.

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The latest arrest in the international investigation of corruption involving Brazil’s state-run oil company Petrobras has led to a guilty plea.

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The 2019 winter government shutdown was another blow to the beleaguered agency that collects your taxes and checks to see whether your FBAR is all that it should be.

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A  November 2018 memorandum from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) establishes new methods for handling voluntary disclosure of offshore accounts.

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Bright lights, big city and tax fraud: the story plays out repeatedly and did so again, only this time it involved the storied Friars Club of Manhattan.

 

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