Tax Law Blog

February 15, 2019

NJ Business Owner Pleads Guilty to Tax Evasion After Underreporting Income to IRS

New Jersey man Mitchell Bleicher, 52, former owner of cleaning supply business Allied Materials Inc., pleaded guilty this month in Camden federal court to three criminal […]
February 8, 2019

Taxpayers Are Concerned About FBAR Examinations, You Should Be Too

What is FBAR and why should I be concerned about it? Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR) laws require U.S. residents to disclose the existence of bank, […]
February 8, 2019

What to Know About U.S. Entity Formation for Non-Resident Aliens Doing Business in the United States

The Internal Revenue Service classifies taxpayers as U.S. citizens, resident aliens, or non-resident aliens. Resident aliens are non-citizens who pass certain IRS tests, such as the […]
February 7, 2019

Gallery Owner’s Guilty Plea Highlights the Dangers Posed to Tax Cheats by IRS Tax Whistleblowers

Readers who follow the art world may already be familiar with Manhattan gallerist Mary Boone, who attracted controversy with a pair of criminal charges filed last […]
February 6, 2019

Tax Preparer Banned by Illinois Court, Ordered to Repay Fees

According to a press release from the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), former tax preparer Leticia Rodriguez, previous owner and operator of tax preparation business Rodriguez […]
February 4, 2019

Willful FBAR Penalties Threaten Taxpayers Who Lie on Schedule B (Form 1040)

The Federal Tax Crimes blog recently published an article discussing a case in which the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, which hears various monetary claims – […]