Described as a doyenne of the New York art scene, gallery owner Mary Boone intends to ask for leniency after pleading guilty to allegations of tax crime that were the result of an IRS criminal tax investigation.

 

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While it seems like an awkward term, a US person is a designation used by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to identify who must file taxes in this country.

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Secret offshore tax havens get a lot of bad press.  What are some good reasons to consider a foreign bank account?

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Every good thing must come to an end, and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) is one of them.

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Pretty much any kind of correspondence from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is enough to ruin at least lunch.  Receiving notice of an IRS civil tax audit can send a quiver of anxiety through anyone.  To provide a heads-up on avoiding tax...

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Offering an example of one of its “Dirty Dozen Tax Scams,” the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) permanently barred a tax professional from preparing tax returns for others.

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A 64-year-old man with a history of tax controversy pled guilty to tax crimes that will land him in prison for the next six years.

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In an effort to address international offshore tax evasion and avoidance, the European Union (EU) created a blacklist in December 2017 that identified 17 countries and put 47 more on a “gray list” for failing to meet international standards of...

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If you’ve recently been audited by the IRS and you don’t agree with their findings, you are able to request an appeal. Usually, you have 30 days from the date you received the letter to appeal.

Depending on the size of your tax liabilities, you have...

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Recently filed charges against businessman and lobbyist Paul Manafort offer a wealth of advice and warning about foreign holdings and associated tax requirements.

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