Increased risk and scammers contributed to the decision that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will discontinue unannounced visits to taxpayers who owe taxes or failed to file tax returns.

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State tax revenues in some states dropped in recent years, while others boomed—what are the implications?

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A program aimed at helping employers retain workers during the pandemic is now the subject of an IRS investigation.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) may owe you money if you earned a refund in 2019—but you will need to act TODAY!

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If you disagree with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), you have the right to appeal their decision.

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The temptation is too great—a business owner siphons employment taxes to fund the business or his lifestyle. You may be falling behind on paying over withholding taxes right now, but are convinced no one will notice. But what if the IRS already...

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An increased budget for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) means better service to taxpayers and closer attention to the tax gap. The U.S. Treasury and the IRS recently weighed in on the issue.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) gave itself a well-deserved pat on the back for its performance in the 2023 Tax Season.

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Maybe it was a payroll tax issue that got away from you. For some, it is foreign bank accounts used but not reported. Or—a large-scale tax fraud and you are just tired of looking over your shoulder for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Are you...

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Expats do not live in the U.S.—but they still may need to file a tax return.

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