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Three tax questions to ask before the end of 2018

Taxpayers have a short time to take advantage of tax savings before the end of 2018. Before ringing in the New Year, consider the following: Have you reviewed your tax deductions? As noted in previous posts, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act led to a serious overhaul of the tax system. One […]


Pros and cons of the IRS’ new voluntary disclosure process

The sunset of the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) in September of 2018 left many taxpayers wondering how the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) would handle future disclosures. Would the IRS choose to renew the program? Would another take its place? The agency recently provided some guidance. Can taxpayers voluntarily come into […]

Tax Crimes

IRS accuses tax preparer of cheating taxpayers

The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently charged a tax preparation professional with 18 counts of aiding in the preparation of false tax returns. These charges were based on allegations the man filed fraudulent tax returns over a span of four tax years, from […]

Tax Crimes