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February 6, 2017

A Deliberate or Willful Blindness Jury Instruction Is Rarely a Good Sign for a Criminal Tax Defendant

Recently on the Federal Tax Crimes blog, the tax fraud case of Happy Asker was analyzed in the context of the willful blindness jury instruction given […]
August 10, 2015

Disguising Personal Luxuries as Business Expenses Can Equal Tax Fraud

Some business owners may incorrectly view their company as an extension of their own personal finances and purchasing power. Others may attempt to minimize their own […]
June 2, 2015

Three Individuals Guilty of Charges Related to Tax Evasion and Obstruction

US Department of Justice and the IRS Assert Tax Scheme Two individuals from Wyoming and one individual from Arizona were found guilty by a federal jury […]