Taxpayer

October 25, 2014

How the IRS generates leads about suspected tax crimes

The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) trains the rest of the IRS’s employees to be alert for, and to report any indication of, fraud. Each service center […]
September 5, 2014

Is it tax evasion if my W-4 contains false statements?

Without knowing more about your specific facts and circumstances, this question cannot be answered. However, IRC Section 7201 finds a person liable for tax evasion when […]
July 28, 2014

What are the passive loss limitation rules

The passive loss rules prevent losses from investment activities where the taxpayer is merely “passively” involved from offsetting income that the taxpayer actively “materially participates” in […]
April 1, 2014

How are the 4 goals and outcomes 1 and 2 best obtained?

Taxpayers facing an egg shell tax audit should only be represented by experienced criminal tax defense counsel and the CPAs who perform via a Kovel agreement […]
April 1, 2014

Effective tax defense counsels goals in an egg shell audit?

In the typical eggshell audit criminal tax defense counsel seeks to avert the emergence of a criminal investigation, by attempting to prevent a client from making […]
March 27, 2014
What are common tax issues that non-filers face

What are the common issues that non-filers face?

Each year the IRS receives more than 150 million tax returns filed by individuals and businesses. But despite the nearly universal obligation to file taxes due […]