The Tax Law Blog

December 13, 2019

How Does the IRS Choose Who to Audit?

According to its own enforcement data, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) “examined” (audited) approximately 1 million federal tax returns in 2018. That figure, though representing only […]
December 11, 2019

New IRS Report Reveals 2019 Tax Crime Investigation Statistics

Despite facing a series of budget cuts, the Internal Revenue Service remains a massive agency, employing tens of thousands of workers nationwide. To keep itself organized, […]
December 10, 2019

Small Business Owner? You May Be Subject to California Income Tax – Even if You Live in Another State

Regular readers may recall the name Blair S. Bindley, a screenwriter whose cautionary tax tale, which appeared on our law blog earlier this year, was also […]
December 10, 2019

Are You Required to Report an Offshore Goldmoney Account to the IRS?

Goldmoney describes itself as “a global leader in precious metal custody, and the world’s largest precious metals network.” According to the company’s website, Goldmoney currently protects […]
December 4, 2019

Michigan Lawyer Indicted on Ten Tax-Related Counts, Faces Up to 18 Years in Prison

A common misconception among taxpayers is the notion is that some professions are above the law. In this story, we will highlight the indictment of a […]
December 2, 2019

North Carolina Man Sentenced on Conspiracy Charges Related to Tax Scheme

According to a Department of Justice press release, Joseph Gerard, III, of Charlotte, North Carolina, was sentenced to serve nearly four years in federal prison for […]