It is not unusual for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to question a tax return or note an adjustment if you have been through an IRS audit. If you do not agree with a correction on your returns, you can dispute the finding through the IRS appeals...

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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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To the big surprise of no one, Credit Suisse is back in the headlines after a whistleblower leaked information about 18,000 Swiss bank accounts.

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The Cowboy Cocktail is not an interesting after-hours beverage. It is a potent combination of a made-in-Wyoming trust added to often unregulated, infrequently scrutinized private companies.The Cowboy Cocktail put Wyoming on the global leaderboard...

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Even among those who prepare false income tax returns, Ivan Backstrom is a standout.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently agreed on changes for the upcoming tax season to allow some taxpayers with an Offer in Compromise (OIC) to retain a portion of their tax refund for needed expenses.

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Commuting down the stairs to your home office for remote work may have a big impact on Ohio city revenues.

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A New York couple and their son may serve prison time for doing more with their dough than make pastries to sell at their three donut shops.

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Some Ohio legislators would like to reduce and then eliminate the CAT tax.

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If you are tapped for an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) civil audit, your mind may suddenly lurch to the ten boxes of documents you shredded while cleaning house during the pandemic lockdown. Barring that, if you do draw the interest of the Internal...

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