The application period for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Compliance Assurance Program (CAP) is now open.

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A Chicago businessman complained his property was over-assessed. The law firm hired by the businessman pushed the case. Eventually, the state agency voted to reduce the assessment and give a tax refund to the businessman. And so, the wheels of...

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If your business receives a letter in the mail from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) in August, the chances are good it has to do with a new campaign by the IRS concerning identity theft.

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The global community continues to work toward a guaranteed tax rate for multinational companies.

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Tax fraud involving identity theft is big business. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) wants to help you understand your risks, and be proactive in preventing others from gaining access to your tax ID and data.

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It is an old story with a new name—Swiss Life admits to helping Americans hide offshore assets and will pay a fine as a result.

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After counting down the top five IRS Criminal Investigation cases of 2020, we’ve reached number one. Contenders on the Top Five 2020 list so far included individuals and Big Finance. The number one pick is business of another kind and illustrates...

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For Ohio business owners accidentally or intentionally overdue on their employee withholding, Ohio offers a voluntary disclosure program to facilitate transition back into compliance.

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Recent media reports about corporations skipping out on their federal tax obligations could not have come at a worse moment. Structured, long-term arrangements whereby multinational companies use offshore tax jurisdictions to reduce or eliminate...

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Although he died in 2009, the value of the name and likeness of the “King of Pop” took center stage in a recent ruling by the U.S. Tax Court.

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