Recent research suggests that those who have the most money tend to pay the least amount of their earnings to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Tax fraud is easy to commit and less easy to remedy once a criminal tax investigation has been initiated. Are you concerned about attracting the interest of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)?

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The Internal Revenue Service is perennially concerned with employment taxes. There are a myriad of ways a payroll tax issue can quickly turn into tax fraud.

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The Joint Chiefs of Global Tax Enforcement (J5) recently completed a new Challenge event—taking a close look at developing financial technology companies (FINtech) that offer financial services outside mainstream regulatory channels.

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During tax season, FBAR and FATCA reporting impacts US persons who have foreign bank accounts or offshore tax holdings. So, what does that mean?

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As a business owner, it is easy to slip into questionable business practices. When it becomes a slide, it is important to know what can happen—and where to get help.

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Two principals of the defunct law firm behind the notorious Panama Papers scandal sued Netflix for its allegedly defamatory depiction of them in the movie, “The Laundromat.”

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In the waning days of the Trump administration, a federal prosecutor laid charges against an MIT professor as the parting salvo in the China Initiative, a program targeting the secret drain of proprietary secrets from the US to China.

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The incoming administration may pursue taxes differently than the previous administration.

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In hot water for its money laundering activities, credit-card company Capital One fessed up and will pay for its lack of guardrails around suspicious financial transactions.

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