Anytime is a good time for a tax scam, but fraudsters often take special advantage of periods of high economic or community instability.

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A Brooklyn pharmacist was arrested and arraigned recently for his involvement in a drug diversion network involving illicit sale of the opioid oxycodone.

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A leading expert on global money laundering took his research just a little too seriously—and could face up to 20 years in prison for it.

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With the writing on the wall, Alphabet is giving up its “Double Irish, Dutch sandwich.”

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It started with the discovery of false income tax returns. By August 2019, eight officials of United Auto Workers and Fiat Chrysler had been sentenced—and the investigation continues.

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When it comes to preparing your taxes, many people find the whole process to be complex.  It can be especially frustrating when you consider the fact that many in Ohio have to pay a separate tax to the municipalities where they work or live. "M ost...
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Tax schemes can only go on for so long. In May, an Alabama couple pled guilty to failing to pay employment taxes and failure to file personal income tax returns as well.

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The IRS Data Book is an annual event. It is a compendium of actions taken, returns filed (and not filed) and continuing evidence of the calcifying state of the underfunded federal agency for fiscal year 2018.

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Once synonymous with wealth and endowment of the arts and sciences, the Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma, face years of legal challenges for their role in the opioid crises and related charges—include tax fraud.

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The long reach of the Panama Papers document leak toppled another executive after international tax fraud and money laundering allegations came to light.

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