Preparation of personal and business returns gives tax professionals access and the opportunity to commit tax fraud. Have you crossed the line while working for a company or individual taxpayer? Do you worry about the IRS?

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Crypto is on a wild ride with some speculators recently losing life savings even as others stay the course and continue to buy in. One of the parties along for the ride is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), which scored a big win in the U.S....

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) just wrapped up its list of the top 12 tax scams for this year.

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Smishing—have you heard of it? The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is warning tax professionals and taxpayers about a recent boost in texting scams designed to capture financial information.

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One of the most common elements of a fraudulent income tax return is a claim for unqualified dependents. So—who can you claim?

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Time and time again, Ponzi schemes seem to resurface in this blog. But in this particular fraud case, it hits a little closer to home since over 70 Ohio residents were taken in by this scam.

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In early June, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) mistakenly sent notices to millions of couples who filed jointly letting them know their taxes were overdue.

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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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Is failure to file disclosures of offshore tax a criminal tax crime? It depends.

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