Tax Law Blog

December 4, 2019

Michigan Lawyer Indicted on Ten Tax-Related Counts, Faces Up to 18 Years in Prison

A common misconception among taxpayers is the notion is that some professions are above the law. In this story, we will highlight the indictment of a […]
December 2, 2019

North Carolina Man Sentenced on Conspiracy Charges Related to Tax Scheme

According to a Department of Justice press release, Joseph Gerard, III, of Charlotte, North Carolina, was sentenced to serve nearly four years in federal prison for […]
November 27, 2019

Louisiana Man Convicted on Fraud Charges After Investigation by IRS and Postal Service

Many taxpayers believe that the IRS is too understaffed and underfunded to seriously pursue those who commit tax crimes. Although the Service has seen times with […]
November 26, 2019

IRS LB&I Announces Post OVDP Compliance Campaign, Signaling Danger for International Taxpayers

The IRS Large Business and International Division, better known as “LB&I,” is the branch of the IRS focused on taxpayers with significant assets, such as partnerships […]
November 22, 2019

Non-Filer Las Vegas Real Estate Broker Sentenced to Serve 78 Months in Federal Prison for Tax Evasion

A Las Vegas real estate broker is quickly realizing that avoiding a tax prosecution and a hefty prison sentence is not quite as easy as he […]
November 22, 2019

California Businessman Sentenced on Charges Related to Foreign Bank Accounts

The crackdown on Americans with undisclosed foreign bank accounts continues as another prosecution has resulted in a California businessman being sentenced to federal prison for nearly […]