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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The IRS CI Annual Report for 2020 has been released. The Annual Report always offers an interesting inside look at the work of special agents who focus entirely on criminal tax matters in the U.S.

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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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If your business is struggling with overwhelming debt, options are needed. Different options apply in different circumstances. For some, an offer in compromise (OIC) could have value.

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It was an interesting scheme but will ultimately cost a New Jersey man six years of his life behind bars.

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Sometimes, tax fraud takes the form of schemes and scams that take advantage of taxpayer funded programs like Medicaid.

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At some point in your life, it is possible you will have a disagreement with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The more complex your financial profile, the greater the likelihood that you and the IRS may not see eye-to-eye.

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If you are tagged by the Internal Revenue Service for failure to file a tax return, or your annual FBAR, you have stepped into something that is both a noun and a verb—a tax controversy.

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With a nod to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA), the IRS issued final regulations in October that codify the rules around tax deductions for business entertainment and meals.

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