The long-planned effort by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to recover taxes due from the wealthy is underway, already netting the agency more than half a billion dollars.

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A $14,729 tax bill is at the root of a U.S. Supreme Court Case that poses a question of whether income must be realized to be taxed.

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Amazon notched a win in a fractious battle with the EU regarding its tax relationship with Luxembourg, its European headquarters.

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Employers in the U.S. are required to collect employment taxes and pay them over to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Not only that but responsible parties are expected to do so in a timely and correct manner. Not surprisingly, if there is an...

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When you owe money to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), one of the collection tools it may use is a levy. Because a levy allows the IRS to seize your property, it is critical to understand what it is and what you can do about it.

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New budget and new tools mean the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the capability to pursue the true tax obligations of high-asset taxpayers and large business partnerships.

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Tax fraud did not work out for an Ohio man who came up short in front of a federal jury.

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In April, the Tax Court ruled in favor of the taxpayer in Farhy vs. Commissioner of Internal Revenue. The findings of the court will be challenged as the IRS recently appealed the case.

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The long arm of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tagged a Dutch tax professional in Italy for return to the U.S. to face charges of tax fraud involving high-net-worth celebrities.

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Pop quiz: what is the difference between an IRS Special Agent, an IRS Revenue Officer, and an IRS Revenue Agent? The distinctions between these roles make a difference when you are dealing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

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