The Tax Law Blog

April 18, 2018
Pennsylvania Nurse Indicted on Tax Evasion and Failure to File a Tax Return

Pennsylvania Nurse Indicted on Tax Evasion and Failure to File a Tax Return

According to a Department of Justice press release, Loren Pulliam, a registered nurse from Pennsylvania, was indicted by a federal grand jury on five counts of […]
April 17, 2018
How Many Years Can an IRS Audit Go Back?

How Many Years Can an IRS Audit Go Back?

If the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) detects an error or discrepancy on a taxpayer’s tax return, or if the taxpayer fails to file one or more […]
April 13, 2018

Are There IRS Penalties if I Apply for a Tax Filing Extension on My 2017 Return?

Tax Day normally falls on April 15. However, due to the timing of Emancipation Day this year, Tax Day 2018 will occur two days later than […]
April 13, 2018
Getting a Fresh Start with the IRS—Settling IRS Tax Debt

Getting a Fresh Start with the IRS—Settling IRS Tax Debt

Although the IRS is one of the most aggressive collection agencies out there, they are also somewhat practical in that they can be persuaded to realize […]
April 11, 2018
Updates on the Criminal Tax Cases Against Ex-Trump Associates Paul Manafort and Rick Gates

Updates on the Criminal Tax Cases Against Ex-Trump Associates Paul Manafort and Rick Gates

If you read or watch the news, you have likely been following the high-profile criminal cases against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates, respectively former campaign manager […]
April 11, 2018
How Does the IRS Track Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies?

How Does the IRS Track Bitcoin and Other Cryptocurrencies?

Ask the average person to tell you what they know about Bitcoin, and they will invariably give you two answers: it is valuable, and it is […]