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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.

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 2014 through 2017.

Tax preparer convicted for fraud, faces decades imprisonment

The Internal Revenue Service’s (IRS) General Crimes Unit recently conducted an investigation of a tax preparation professional accused of using her client’s information to perpetuate a fraudulent tax scheme. The agency accused the tax professional of filing false tax returns and stealing the identities of former clients for her own financial gain. The prosecution claimed she stole "tens of thousands of dollars" by filing returns that should have belonged to former clients.

Woman sentenced to over three years prison time for tax crime

The United States Attorney’s Office recently accused a former special agent with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Criminal Investigation Division with various tax crimes. According to the government, the former agent thwarted tax obligations by using a number of different illegal methods to reduce her tax bill.

Manafort trial offers explanation of “reasonable doubt”

The government has accused Paul Manafort, former campaign chairman for President Donald Trump, of various tax crimes. The accusations include 18 counts of tax evasion, bank fraud and failure to report foreign assets. The case has garnered media attention due to its connection to Robert Mueller’s investigation of allegations of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. If convicted, Mr. Manafort faces a prison sentence of up to 305 years.

Texas man fights IRS over offshore tax penalty — and wins.

It is not every day a taxpayer can claim a major victory in a fight against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). A man from Texas can make such a claim. The man took on the government in a battle over foreign accounts. The government has come down hard on those who fail to comply with complex reporting requirement for foreign accounts. In this case, they demanded the man pay a fine of 50 percent of the account total on each account for every year the account was in violation of reporting requirements.

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.

Texas tax return preparer accused of fraud

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) keeps a close watch over tax preparers. IRS-Criminal Investigation agents are on watching for professionals who fraudulently inflate deductions or attempt to take unallowable credits. IRS agents work to gather evidence to build a case against those who are accused of committing fraud within this profession.

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