Receiving notice of a tax audit from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is not unusual but usually triggers concern. Understanding what you might need for an audit can quell some of the anxiety when you get an IRS audit letter in the mail.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) routinely pursues scams and scamsters engaged in tax fraud.  The IRS also scrutinizes tax returns, annual financial reports, and other submissions for tax fraud.  So—what is tax fraud?

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A new round of audits by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is aimed at corporate travel.

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Banking offshore can save you money or lead you down a path to a potential tax crime. How does that happen?

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Have you been selected for an IRS civil tax audit or wonder if you will be? Understanding the basics of a civil tax audit helps you respond effectively to the IRS if the time comes.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) might communicate with you by telephone, correspondence, or meet you in person as part of a civil or criminal tax audit. How do you know you are not being scammed?

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Tax audits happen. If you receive a notice of tax audit, information about the process can reduce anxiety and help you prepare to respond to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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Each year, the National Taxpayer Advocate delivers an annual report to Congress. This year, the report includes 66 recommendations aimed at improving services to taxpayers, boosting taxpayer rights, and helping the IRS do its job better.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is investigating and targeting those who took inappropriate advantage of COVID-19 relief programs. If you filed a questionable Employee Retention Credit (ERC) claim, the deadline for disclosure by small businesses...

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Tax migration—is it a thing in New York? A new report suggests maybe not.

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