A Massachusetts business owner has been indicted for attempting to obstruct the internal revenue laws, aiding and assisting in the filing of fraudulent corporate, personal, and employment tax returns, tax evasion, and structuring financial...

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An attempt to hide assets from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can come with serious consequences. A case involving a businessman and his accountant provides an example. The two are facing charges for concealing income in an attempt to obstruct...

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You’ve let some deadlines go. The amount of taxes that you owe has kept increasing and increasing – until the IRS may be looking to collect tens of thousands of back taxes from you.

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A business man and his accountant have been indicted on a laundry list of tax violation charges including filing false corporate tax returns, failing to file a corporate tax return, evading individual income tax liabilities, corruptly endeavoring to...

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A Florida salesman is facing serious time after some seemingly clever tax tap dancing. After being notified that his wages would be levied due to his failure to file for multiple years, he formed his own company and became an independent contractor...

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Wouldn't it be nice to not have to pay taxes? One Florida salesmen thought so and gave it a try for over a decade. When he almost got caught, he formed a new corporation to cover up his evasion, and continued to claim personal expenses, like a...

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Stereotypically, strip club owners tend to be portrayed as a bit slimy and underhanded, to say the least. In the case of one Vegas strip club owner, those stereotypes weren't far from the truth. The man in question went full monty on tax fraud by...

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A Cleveland business man charged with the task of teaching people job skills has fallen short of expectations. He was the director of Cleveland Job Corps, a no-cost education and career technical training program administered by the U.S. Department...

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A North Carolina man has been sentenced to 43 months of prison time for tax evasion. Oddly enough, this gentleman ran a tax consultancy business for the last 24 years, and that was after 12 years of being employed as an IRS Revenue Officer. He used...

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Tax season has come to a close, providing a good opportunity to review the process taken by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) when reviewing taxes. Although most taxpayers likely filed in compliance with tax law, there are those who have not. At...

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