Tax Law Blog

December 20, 2018
IRS Large Business & International (LB&I) Division Announces 5 New Compliance Campaigns with Focus on Foreign Reporting

IRS Large Business & International (LB&I) Division Announces 5 New Compliance Campaigns with Focus on Foreign Reporting

The Internal Revenue Service is comprised of numerous divisions, such as its Criminal Investigation Division (IRS-CI) and Civil Examination Division (CED). For large corporations and pass-through […]
December 17, 2018
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IRS Increasing Fraud Penalties Under New Voluntary Disclosure Guidelines

In 2009, the IRS introduced the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP), which enabled taxpayers to receive reduced penalties – notably, protection from criminal liability – for […]
November 19, 2018
How can an IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Claim or Domestic Voluntary Disclosure Programs help me where tax fraud is discovered or suspected during my divorce?

How can an IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Claim or Domestic Voluntary Disclosure Programs help me where tax fraud is discovered or suspected during my divorce?

How can an IRS Innocent Spouse Relief Claim or Domestic Voluntary Disclosure Programs help me where tax fraud is discovered or suspected during my divorce? Most […]
September 11, 2018
Update: New York Accountant Sentenced to 33 Months for Tax Evasion Scheme

Update: New York Accountant Sentenced to 33 Months for Tax Evasion Scheme

In March 2018, our tax evasion attorneys wrote about the case of Olean, New York-based CPA Joseph Stevens. At the time of our original article, Stevens […]
September 6, 2018
Decade in Prison for Philly Tax Preparer Caught Using Stolen Identities of Foster Children on Returns

Decade in Prison for Philly Tax Preparer Caught Using Stolen Identities of Foster Children on Returns

If you visit our tax law blog on a regular basis, you already know that we often profile criminal tax cases – and their frequently devastating […]
August 23, 2018
North Carolina Resident Will Spend 18 Months in Prison for IRS Obstruction

North Carolina Resident Will Spend 18 Months in Prison for IRS Obstruction

According to a Department of Justice press release, a North Carolina resident was sentenced to serve a year and a half in a federal prison after […]