The Tax Law Blog

June 20, 2018
Company Owner Steals Investment Funds, Found Guilty of Tax Evasion

Company Owner Steals Investment Funds, Found Guilty of Tax Evasion

According to a Department of Justice press release, Michael Sang Han, 47, formerly of Palm Beach, Florida, was found guilty on two counts of tax evasion. […]
June 19, 2018
Can the IRS Collect Against a Tax Debt Indefinitely?

Can the IRS Collect Against a Tax Debt Indefinitely?

Owing the IRS is most certainly stressful.  It’s even more stressful when it feels like the IRS is coming after a taxpayer for what feels like […]
June 18, 2018
U.S. Court Convicts British Attorney of Tax Evasion, Filing to Fail Return and FBAR in Swiss Bank Fraud Scheme

U.S. Court Convicts British Attorney of Tax Evasion, Filing to Fail Return and FBAR in Swiss Bank Fraud Scheme

A press release issued by the Department of Justice (DOJ) announced a guilty verdict for British tax attorney Michael Little, 67, of Hampshire, England, who was […]
June 15, 2018
Pennsylvania is the Latest State to Crack Down on Zapping Technology

Pennsylvania is the Latest State to Crack Down on Zapping Technology

Recently, the State of Pennsylvania announced that its successful efforts of identifying businesses using zappers, technology used to evade taxation, resulted in the recovery of over […]
June 14, 2018
Do I Need to Report Foreign Gifts to the IRS?

Do I Need to Report Foreign Gifts to the IRS?

If you timely filed for a tax extension, you have until October 15, 2018 to submit your federal income tax return to the Internal Revenue Service […]
June 12, 2018
bitcoin challenges to expect in the near future

Bitcoin Challenges to Expect in the Near Future

We asked other experts in the tax law and cryptocurrency fields what Bitcoin and cryptocurrency challenges users can expect to see in the near future and […]