The Tax Law Blog

August 15, 2018
How the Supreme Court’s Wayfair Ruling Changes Sales and Use Tax Compliance

How the Supreme Court’s Wayfair Ruling Changes Sales and Use Tax Compliance

In June 2018, the United States Supreme Court decided the landmark case South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. – and in so doing, may have radically altered […]
August 9, 2018
What Are Tax Organizers, and Why Are They Risky When Filing Your Tax Return?

What Are Tax Organizers, and Why Are They Risky When Filing Your Tax Return?

Getting organized is never a bad idea, especially when tax filing season rolls around. That’s why you may be surprised to learn of the legal risks […]
August 8, 2018
What to Expect from an IRS Audit of Your Streamlined Offshore Disclosure Submission

What to Expect from an IRS Audit of Your Streamlined Offshore Disclosure Submission

U.S. taxpayers are required to disclose offshore income and assets to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) by filing an electronic tax document known as an FBAR […]
August 6, 2018
Swiss Bank Gives Up More Names of American Customers, Faces Increased Penalties

Swiss Bank Gives Up More Names of American Customers, Faces Increased Penalties

The Foreign Bank Account Reporting laws (FBAR) require U.S. residents to report, on an annual basis, accounts held at foreign financial institutions if such account’s high […]
August 2, 2018
How the Supreme Court’s Wayfair Ruling Changes Sales and Use Tax Compliance

How the Supreme Court’s Wayfair Ruling Changes Sales and Use Tax Compliance

In June 2018, the United States Supreme Court decided the landmark case South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc. – and in so doing, may have radically altered […]
August 1, 2018
Can my E-Businesses’ Referral or Advertising Agreements Create Tax Problems?

Court Orders 70-Month Prison Sentence in Connecticut Tax Fraud Case

If you follow tax news, you are likely aware that lengthy prison sentences are typical in criminal tax cases – for example, that of Newington, CT-based […]