Tax Returns

June 21, 2019
Kent Car Dealership Owner Sentenced to 30 Months for Tax Fraud

Ohio Business Owner Sentenced to 30 Months for Willfully Filing False Tax Returns

Davood Haghighi, 59, of Kent, Ohio was sentenced to prison earlier this month after pleading guilty to multiple tax and financial crimes, including one count of […]
March 28, 2019

Executors for Deceased Nonresidents with U.S. Property, Securities, or Other Assets Must File IRS Estate Tax Returns

If you are serving as the executor for a nonresident who is now deceased, you may be responsible for reporting certain of his or her U.S. […]
March 21, 2019

IRS 2019 “Dirty Dozen” Fraud List Warns Against Tax Preparers Who Promise Big Refunds

In a recent blog post, we wrote about the IRS adding falsified income and fake Forms 1099 to its “Dirty Dozen” tax fraud list for 2019. […]
March 3, 2018
Owing on Your Tax Return—What Should You Do If You Cannot Pay it Off?

Owing on Your Tax Return—What Should You Do If You Cannot Pay it Off?

Will you owe on your 2017 Income Tax Return?  If you know that you can’t pay what you owe by Tax Day, April 17, 2018, then […]
October 31, 2016

How Does the IRS Develop a Delinquent Tax Return Case Against a Taxpayer

Taxpayers have many reasons and justifications for their failure to file taxes or their filing of tax returns or other documents that are deficient. Deficient tax […]