In hot water for its money laundering activities, credit-card company Capital One fessed up and will pay for its lack of guardrails around suspicious financial transactions.

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The IRS CI Annual Report for 2020 has been released. The Annual Report always offers an interesting inside look at the work of special agents who focus entirely on criminal tax matters in the U.S.

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Not likely but true—the National Rifle Association (NRA) reported the tax fraud of its own executive board.

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If you receive a letter from the IRS, there is a decent chance it is a “soft  letter.” What exactly is that supposed to mean and what should you do about it?

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Sometimes, tax fraud takes the form of schemes and scams that take advantage of taxpayer funded programs like Medicaid.

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In keeping with its promise to pursue high-ticket tax offenders, the Department of Justice (DOJ) recently announced a 39-count indictment against Robert Brockman, a Texas billionaire and CEO of Reynolds and Reynolds, an Ohio-based software company...

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At some point in your life, it is possible you will have a disagreement with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). The more complex your financial profile, the greater the likelihood that you and the IRS may not see eye-to-eye.

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A nanoscientist with a yen for the good life is facing a world of trouble for not disclosing his professional ties with China.

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If you have a choice between retaining legal counsel or taking on the IRS by yourself, what is your best option?

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One thing to remember about committing a tax crime—it doesn’t always happen to someone else.

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