Recently there has been a lot of conversation about the differences between gig workers and employees. The State of California recently sued ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber for misclassifying their drivers as independent contractors instead of...

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Yesterday the Internal Revenue Service announced a sweeping series of steps aimed at assisting taxpayers during this time. This is important information for all taxpayers.

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It usually starts with a letter, and it goes downhill after that.  Not to upset you, but if you receive an audit notification from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), act now and relax later.  Let’s talk about why.

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Time passes and the European Union (EU) continues to discuss a bloc-wide transaction tax.  What are they really talking about?

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On the second day of 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) helpfully announced that on January 27, 2020, it is open season on the 2019-2020 tax season.

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Claiming that he believed he was not required to file tax returns, a Nevada real estate broker is looking at some real time behind bars for his cheek.

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Large multinational tech companies are the focus of new tax rules being negotiated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

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Finance & Development, the quarterly magazine of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), recently took a look at the crises ensuing from corruption and the global use of secret offshore tax havens.

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Things just continue to get worse for Deutsche bank. In free fall from civil and regulatory investigations that have stretched on for years, Deutsche is now facing scrutiny on criminal charges.

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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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