January 5, 2017
What Types of Businesses Are Specifically Targets by the IRS’s Audit Team?

What Types of Businesses Are Specifically Targets by the IRS’s Audit Team?

Some taxpayers are interested to know what businesses the IRS specifically targets. While all businesses are fair game for an audit, IRS audit guides and manuals […]
January 5, 2017
Can IRS and California Auditors Use the Internet to Disprove Your Tax Claims?

Can IRS and California Auditors Use the Internet to Disprove Your Tax Claims?

Many people fail to consider the fact that the IRS and its agents have become particularly adept at searching the Internet for information. Thus, some online […]
January 5, 2017
Can my E-Businesses’ Referral or Advertising Agreements Create Tax Problems?

Can my E-Businesses’ Referral or Advertising Agreements Create Tax Problems?

Many online businesses have established advertising and referral deals with an array of third-parties. Many high-traffic websites may contract with Google and other players to bring […]
January 5, 2017
Can an Online Business Lead to Offshore Tax Evasion Concerns?

Can an Online Business Lead to Offshore Tax Evasion Concerns?

Many people view an online business as an easy way to supplement income and provide for their family. In many cases, the additional income provided by […]
January 5, 2017
Can I Write Off My Online Business Losses?

Can I Write Off My Online Business Losses?

Some people view starting an inline business as a win-win proposition. That is, if the business is successful, they win because the business will bring in […]
January 5, 2017
Can Accepting Credit Cards at my E-Business Make the IRS Think I’m Committing Tax Fraud?

Can Accepting Credit Cards at my E-Business Make the IRS Think I’m Committing Tax Fraud?

By itself, merely accepting credit cards is unlikely to make the IRS think that your online business is a conduit for tax fraud or tax evasion. […]