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What happens if you miss the tax deadline?

What happens if a taxpayer missed the tax filing deadline for 2017? First, it is important to note that the deadline changed this year. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) experienced a glitch on its website on Tax Day. As a result, the agency moved deadline for 2017 filings from April 17 to April 18, 2018.

Tax preparer faces 3 years in prison for allegations of tax fraud

It is the busy season for those who offer tax preparation services. Tax season is starting to finish up and clients are often pushing for the biggest return possible. Providing the service your clients want while meeting the demands and regulations expected by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can be difficult. A failure to satisfy the client can mean lost business while a failure to satisfy the IRS can mean jail time if the accused does not have a strong defense to the allegations.

SCOTUS narrows government's ability to pursue tax evasion charges

Entrepreneurs know that paperwork can become unmanageable while running a business. Business owners are constantly making decisions on which material to keep and which to shred. But what if you inadvertently shred important tax documents or fail to file taxes at all? The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) recently addressed this question.

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