The Tax Law Blog

August 11, 2017
How to Stop Taxes from Ruining Your Retirement

How to Stop Taxes from Ruining Your Retirement

Those planning to retire in the near future often rely on the idea that their tax bill will be reduced. Unfortunately, this is often not the […]
August 10, 2017
New York Restaurant Owner Sentenced to 12 ½ Years in Prison for Investment Fraud Scheme and Tax Evasion

New York Restaurant Owner Sentenced to 12 ½ Years in Prison for Investment Fraud Scheme and Tax Evasion

Christopher Swartz of Watertown, New York has been handed a 150-month prison sentence for committing tax evasion and investment fraud.  According to Acting Assistant Deputy Attorney […]
August 9, 2017
A Quick Guide for California Taxpayers Living Abroad

A Quick Guide for California Taxpayers Living Abroad

“Internal Revenue Service” is a bit of a misnomer—sometimes “Universal Revenue Service” might seem more fitting.  Contrary to popular belief, moving to a tropical island will […]
August 8, 2017
Whistleblowers Are Receiving Rewards For Outing You to the IRS

Whistleblowers are Receiving Rewards for Outing You to the IRS

Aggressive, or worse yet, blatantly cheating taxpayers, have always been wary of an audit or criminal investigation by the IRS, but dishonest taxpayers may have even […]
August 7, 2017
IRS Introduces National and International Criminal Enforcement Initiatives

IRS Introduces National and International Criminal Enforcement Initiatives

We have previously reported on the IRS Criminal Investigations Division (CID), the agency’s investigative arm that conducts investigations involving taxpayers that have a situation with badges […]
July 31, 2017
Beverly Hills Man Indicted for Alleged Tax Fraud

Beverly Hills Man Indicted for Alleged Tax Fraud

California resident Teymour Khoubian was indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly impeding the internal revenue laws, filing false returns, submitting fraudulent reports and lying […]