The Inflation Reduction Act recently signed into law provides a major budget boost to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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If you make an error on your personal return or become aware there is an error on your business tax return, there are options for correcting your return.

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If you earn upwards of $100,000 or more each year and did not file one or more tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), this blog is for you.

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An online Puerto Rican bank owned by an American investor has reached a settlement to liquidate the bank after a J5 investigation into tax evasion led to its suspension.

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If you are working with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on a payroll tax dispute, it is important to understand the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty (TRFP).

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Last month, we talked about the Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBOR). This month, we will look at another consumer resource, the National Taxpayer Advocate, and the recent fiscal year Objectives Report to Congress.

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McKinsey & Company is in hot water again as French officials paid a visit to their Paris offices in search of evidence of tax fraud.

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The COVID-19 pandemic changed a lot of things—including taxes paid to the municipalities where many Ohio businesses are located.

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Sometimes an employment tax dispute is more than that. For a New York businessman, stashing the payroll taxes became a habit, and then a tax crime.

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Tax crime pays—for a while. A North Carolina couple recently learned how expensive tax fraud can really be.

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