The New York Friars Club has been known for outlandish, sometimes scandalous celebrity roasts. But in recent years its management has been an even bigger source of scandals. Michael Gyure, the former executive director of the Friars Club, pleaded...

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Last year, the new tax plan affected many employees' paychecks: They received an increase. Isn't more money a good thing? Not necessarily. It proved troublesome because several Americans discovered they received too much money, meaning they owed...
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The majority of Americans today need assistance when it comes to filing their taxes. Some seek the help of a professional, while others purchase software programs. But even with the help of these do-it-yourself programs, it's still difficult to...
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When it comes to preparing your taxes, many people find the whole process to be complex.  It can be especially frustrating when you consider the fact that many in Ohio have to pay a separate tax to the municipalities where they work or live. "M ost...
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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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Despite reduced budget resources and flagging morale, the Internal Revenue Service maintains a keen interest in tax crimes that involve opaque tax havens and money laundering.

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In the eyes of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), one of the worst things a business can do is not pay their employment taxes. So after failing to pay nearly $1 million in payroll tax withholdings to the IRS, a Long Island construction business...

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Echoing its own marketing mantra, sportswear giant Nike is under investigation for taking advantage of illicit tax rulings granted by European countries to boost the already hefty sums Nike has stashed in tax havens outside the US.  The...

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It's often common practice to take what one learns on the job and apply it to their personal life. However, in a case last month, a former IRS employee and attorney proved he hadn't learned enough, and was convicted, by a federal jury in Nevada, of...

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Follow the breadcrumbs. Big Accounting (PwC) shuttles intellectual property for Big Services Company (Accenture) from high tax environment (Switzerland) to low-tax haven (Ireland), boosting the value of said IP by almost 600 percent ($1.2 billion to...

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