If you have reason to believe you could be investigated for a criminal tax matter, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Voluntary Disclosure Practice could help you address the question of future criminal tax litigation.

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Does deciding not to report income earned off the table really matter? It is not like stealing—or adding a fictitious dependent, right? What exactly constitutes a tax crime to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS)?

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has many departments, one of them being the Criminal Investigation (CI) unit. This department serves the U.S. by investigating criminal financial crimes such as tax fraud, money laundering, identity theft scams,...

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Offshore tax havens project the allure of anonymity, exotic locales, and money—lots and lots of money. The real-time picture is different and draws its lines between those seeking a solid investment process and economy-trashing tax evasion.

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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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Some business owners may think it’s okay to skim some of their income from off the top, and then come tax time, move funds around. It’s their money, right? However, they typically discover it was not a wise decision because it often results in a...

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After a series of scandals, about 80 former and current employees of Deutsche Bank AG are being investigated by German prosecutors for tax fraud. Prosecutors have been looking into the activities of some of the biggest players in European and US...

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Each year the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) lays out its top 12 worst-of-the-worst scams for the year.  And each year, we take a look at what is catching the attention of our federal tax agency.

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We all need the occasional break from work, but falsely claiming disability might not be the best way to get it. Last month, a south Florida doctor was sentenced to prison for disability fraud and tax evasion on over $1.6 million in income earned.

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We often discuss IRS criminal investigations.  Real-world examples are a good way to examine choices made by those who deceive the IRS and often see prison time and financial penalties as a result.  So how does one of these criminal tax matters get...

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