August 21, 2017
Florida Salesman Sentenced in Levy-Evasion Case

Florida Salesman Sentenced in Levy-Evasion Case

According to a Department of Justice press release, a Florida businessman was sentenced last week to serve a year and a day in a federal prison […]
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 […]
July 20, 2017

Taxpayer Convicted on Felony Obstruction Charges for Bad Company Books Appeals to U.S. Supreme Court

Most people would generally conceive of more serious tax crimes and tax felonies as acts where a person must voluntarily or intentionally take some action to […]
May 18, 2017
Permanent Resident Lawyer’s Attempt to Dismiss Enabling Alleged FBAR and Tax Noncompliance Enforcement Action Fails

Permanent Resident Lawyer’s Attempt to Dismiss Enabling Alleged FBAR and Tax Noncompliance Enforcement Action Fails

On this blog, we have long warned readers that a duty to file taxes and comply with FBAR and other offshore account disclosure laws will generally […]
May 13, 2017
New York Restaurant Owner Sentenced to 12 ½ Years in Prison for Investment Fraud Scheme and Tax Evasion

Joint IRS-ICE Investigation Results in Restaurant Owner Going to Federal Prison

With funding dwindling for many government agencies, it is becoming commonplace for federal agencies to work together to bring down and lock up those who are […]
May 3, 2017
FOIA Response Suggests Canadian Bank & Tax Information was Improperly Sent Directly to the IRS

FOIA Response Suggests Canadian Bank & Tax Information was Improperly Sent Directly to the IRS

American expats living in Canada, U.S.-Canadian dual citizens, and other U.S. taxpayers living in Canada have long been advised of their duty to report foreign accounts. […]