The Tax Law Blog

May 22, 2019

New Mexico Business Owner Pleads Guilty After Tax-Related Indictment

According to a Department of Justice press release, David Castle, a 76 year-old businessman from Albuquerque, New Mexico, pleaded guilty to one count of tax evasion. […]
May 16, 2019

Hiding Income Overseas Makes IRS’ 2019 “Dirty Dozen,” Putting DOJ on Alert for Offshore Tax Evaders

If you’ve recently visited our tax law blog, you may already be familiar with the “Dirty Dozen”: an annual list, published by the IRS, highlighting the […]
May 14, 2019

Rhode Island Man Indicted on Tax Charges Related to Ponzi Scheme

According to a Department of Justice press release, a Rhode Island businessman was recently indicted on tax charges, along with other charges that resulted from a […]
May 14, 2019

Las Vegas Co-Conspirators Sentenced in Fraudulent Tax Scam

According to a Department of Justice press release, two Las Vegas residents were recently sentenced to serve time in a federal prison for engaging in a […]
May 8, 2019
How Many Years Can an IRS Audit Go Back?

How Many Years Can an IRS Audit Go Back?

How Many Years Can an IRS Audit Go Back? Answer: 3 years in most cases, 6+ years in extreme cases. If the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) […]
April 19, 2019

Oklahoma Software Company Owner Indicted on Payroll Tax Charges

According to a Department of Justice press release, Earenest J. Grayson Jr., of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was recently indicted on 10 counts of failing to comply with […]