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November 29, 2022

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Austin, Texas, couple receives tax fraud conviction

The couple were restauranteurs who allegedly underreported their business income. A federal jury recently convicted a husband and wife of tax crimes related to the reporting of income from their restaurants. The government accused the taxpayers of skimming cash off their business receipts and underreporting their remaining income. The allegations […]

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Articles

November 9, 2022

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Year-end tax tips to consider

The end of 2022 is right around the corner, making this a critical time for individuals and businesses interested in minimizing tax obligations and maximizing refunds. In the coming weeks, there are things you can do that can improve your financial outlook and avoid unfortunate surprises in 2023. Get organized […]

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Tax information

October 27, 2022

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IRS: Accounting error in your favor?

Learning that the IRS is going to audit you or your business can be incredibly stressful. You may be worried about the time or expense it will take to prepare for the audit or nervous that it will reveal mistakes or misconduct and trigger harsh penalties. However, not all audits […]

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Audits

October 25, 2022

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Tax changes just around the corner

As we have discussed on this blog numerous times, the tax laws in the U.S. are changing all the time. Just as you might think you have a handle on your tax obligations as an individual or married couple, something can change that brings you back to square one. For […]

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IRS

October 6, 2022

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Taxes and collectibles: How does it work?

Financial windfalls and gifts can be incredibly exciting. However, they can also introduce some tax-related complications. If you come into money or recently acquired a pricey collectible, it can be incredibly wise to consult a tax professional to help you assess your options. This might well be the next step […]

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Tax Controversy