Whether as employee or employer, taxes are a permanent workforce expectation.  Here is the lowdown on the types of schemes the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) regards when initiating a civil tax audit or criminal tax investigation.

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What started as a fight against extradition to the US turned into formal charges of tax fraud for a Russian banker—even as he fights to regain his health.

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Avoiding allegations of tax crime is important for anyone—especially business owners or high asset individuals who are more likely to become targets of an IRS criminal investigation.  When we talk about “criminal tax matters,” what do we mean? ...

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A successful restaurant and an opulent lifestyle led to a guilty plea in federal court in January as restaurateur Adel Kellel admitted he had “cooked his books” for years.

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Vancouver, British Columbia (BC) is known for its setting between mountain and sea, and for the rampant overgrowth that has made the city friendly to all manner of tax crime.

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Micro-captive tax shelters are not popular with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  What are they and what is the problem with micro-captives?

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Tax fraud and money laundering is a global problem.  One idea to tackle the issue is a Global Asset Registry.  What is it?

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As the 2020 tax season moves into full swing, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been working hard to take fraudulent tax returns off the table.  How? By going after tax preparers who commit tax fraud.

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With the writing on the wall, Alphabet is giving up its “Double Irish, Dutch sandwich.”

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On the second day of 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) helpfully announced that on January 27, 2020, it is open season on the 2019-2020 tax season.

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