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March 20, 2020
What is the Statute of Limitations for the IRS to Assess Tax, and Are There Exceptions for Taxpayers Abroad?

Why the FBAR Statute of Limitations Won’t Save You

The “Limits” of the FBAR Statute of Limitations: Page Contents at a Glance A favorite trope in crime dramas is to save a protagonist from prosecution […]
October 8, 2018
First Taxpayer Convicted for FATCA Noncompliance, More IRS Enforcement Expected

First Taxpayer Convicted for FATCA Noncompliance, More IRS Enforcement Expected

The acronym “FATCA” refers to the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. FATCA, which was passed by Congress in 2010 as part of the Hiring Incentives to […]
July 23, 2015

You Can Run But You Can’t Hide From the IRS, DOJ

School children have played hide-and-go-seek for decades if not centuries. For them, it’s a game that will inevitably end with the hider being discovered, an accomplishment […]
July 2, 2015

Florida Man Sentenced to 27 Years For Tax Crimes, Other Federal Offenses

A few months ago, we brought our readers a story that detailed the criminal activity, prosecution, and eventual sentencing of Rashia Wilson, a tax cheat who […]
June 15, 2015

Former Pennsylvania Executive Sentenced To Over Two Years In Prison For Fraud, Tax Evasion

Pennsylvania-based Thayer Power and Communications has historically provided services that ranged from planning, engineering, and implementing power and communication lines but it is unlikely that the […]
March 26, 2014

False Claims of Federal Excise Tax Exemption “Staggering”

What could you do with $110 million? According to prosecutor MacDonald, provide affordable housing to homeless veterans for an entire year or perhaps fund a nonprofit […]