Are you dealing in cryptocurrency (e.g., Bitcoin), also referred to as “digital currency” or “virtual currency?” If you are, you should be...Read more.
If you receive a notice from the IRS indicating that you are being audited, don’t panic. Just because the IRS is auditing you doesn’t mean that...Read more.
If the IRS asks to interview you about unpaid payroll taxes, you should seek representation immediately. Not only do you face the risk of civil...Read more.
Recognizing the need for greater taxpayer protection when interacting with the IRS, Congress has enacted The Taxpayer First Act (TFA) of 2019. The...Read more.
According to the IRS, roughly one-quarter of earned income tax credits (EITC) payments were issued improperly in 2018, costing the Department of...Read more.
As U.S. manufacturers increasingly conduct business overseas, the way in which related parties of a company charge one another for goods and...Read more.
If you plan on traveling internationally, whether for business or for pleasure, you should be aware of a new law that allows the IRS to revoke...Read more.
From 2009-2018, the IRS offered various versions of its Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP), which allowed taxpayers with previously...Read more.
Many times, individuals will find a buyer for their home, and they will even schedule a closing, only to discover that a Federal Tax Lien is going...Read more.
Are taxpayers allowed to deduct charitable contributions made to state charitable funds and still receive a corresponding state and local tax...Read more.