Tax Law Blog

January 31, 2019

30 Months in Prison for Tennessee Man Who Pleaded Guilty to Tax Crimes

The case of Rogersville, Tennessee defendant Brian Leo Snow unfolded over the course of three Department of Justice (DOJ) press releases, respectively issued May 2018, July […]
December 21, 2018
Hawaiian Business Owner and His CPA Convicted in Tax Scheme

Hawaiian Business Owner and His CPA Convicted in Tax Scheme

According to a Department of Justice press release, a federal jury convicted Wagdy Guirguis and Michael Higa of conspiracy to defraud the United States, in addition […]
November 5, 2018
Former Texas CFO Pleads Guilty to Payroll Tax Crimes

Former Texas CFO Pleads Guilty to Payroll Tax Crimes

According to a press release by the Department of Justice, John Herzer, pleaded guilty to willfully failing to pay over employment taxes to the Internal Revenue […]
July 26, 2018
Do I Need a Tax Attorney rather than a CPA, EA or CTEC certified Preparer?

Do I Need a Tax Attorney rather than a CPA, EA or CTEC certified Preparer?

There are many reasons a person or business might need a tax attorney instead of a CPA, EA or CTEC certified preparer—even if they’ve been following […]
May 23, 2018
Tax Audit Defense Worth it

Tax Audit Defense Worth It?

Is IRS, FTB, EDD or CDTFA Tax Audit Defense by an admittedly more expensive Tax Attorney Worth It? Other than dental appointments and visits to the […]
May 21, 2018
How The IRS Tax Audit Process Works

Tax Audit Types: How Does an IRS Audit Work?

A tax audit, less commonly referred to as a taxpayer “examination,” is a formal process by which a state or federal tax authority – often the […]