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August 1, 2016

Is Tax Fraud Likely to Be Disclosed During Divorce Proceedings?

Many soon-to-be former spouses may have an inkling of an idea that things can go seriously wrong during divorce negotiations if the process is not handled […]
June 10, 2016
What happens if I owe the IRS over $50k and I travel outside the country

2016 Changes to IRS Collections

What happens if I owe the IRS over $50k and I travel outside the country? On or about December 3, 2015, Congress passed the “Fixing America’s […]
December 4, 2015

Can I set up a payment plan for unpaid payroll taxes?

Generally, if a taxpayer owes payroll taxes for an amount less than $25,000, the taxpayer can request an installment agreement to full pay their tax liability […]
December 4, 2015

What do I do if I owe payroll taxes?

If the business is still operating, the first thing that must be done when you owe payroll taxes is to start making timely federal tax deposits.  […]
November 30, 2015
eggshell audit

What is an eggshell audit?

An egg shell audit is a civil audit in which the return(s) under examination contain a material understatement of income, material overstatement of deductions or credits […]
November 6, 2015

How should Tax Audits be Handled by Criminal Tax Counsel?

When an underlying issue(s) in a single or set of tax or information reporting returns exists that is caused by yet undiscovered taxpayer’s potentially criminal noncompliance, […]