The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is using its historic underfunding to explain why it has failed to pursue high-asset Americans taking unlawful advantage of tax breaks in Puerto Rico.

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If you receive a letter from the IRS notifying you of an audit, you may not be too worried. If you did a good job on your taxes and have a pretty good idea of your reporting, there is not an enormous reason to sweat. If you know there is potential...

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It is no surprise that crypto-fraud dominates the IRS:CI top ten list for 2023. Digital coin, money laundering, and tax fraud are common bedfellows. To prove the durability of crypto in tax crime, the #3 cryptocurrency case is not even about real...

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Each year, the Internal Revenue Service Crime Investigation (IRS:CI) unit releases its annual report. The report provides an inside look at the priorities, practices, and success rates of IRS:CI endeavors to reduce tax crime and encourage compliance.

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The nature of a tax controversy hinges on whether a misstep or mistake was willful or non-willful. If you are challenged by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), knowing and being able to prove the difference can have big implications for penalties...

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In the fourth case in our countdown of the IRS:CI 2023 Top Ten Tax Crimes, a longtime crusader for the use of Bitcoin to replace currency is going to prison and paying back (in cash) the $3.5 million he swindled.

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The downward spiral of a business owner or company can be triggered by a simple letter from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announcing a civil tax audit.

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When audited by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), it is important to understand the focus of an audit and whether there is concern for a civil mistake or criminal wrongdoing.

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The charges against the defendant in the number five spot on the IRS:CI countdown run the gamut from money laundering to tax evasion, media piracy, and more.

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A large Italian grocery chain and its directors are under investigation for fraud and an employment tax dispute.

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