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Archive by Year:2018

When to File a Domestic IRS Voluntary Disclosure

Posted in News on December 31, 2018

Failure to file tax returns that include all income earned in the United States is illegal and could lead to sanctions, including fines, penalties and even incarceration, depending on the severity of the non-compliance. Read More

IRS Tax Audits: What You Need to Know

Posted in News on November 30, 2018

Everybody dreads an Internal Revenue Service audit. Most of the time people have nothing to worry about. But whether or not you feel confident in your ability to make it through an IRS tax audit, understanding the different types of IRS audits and consulting with a Maryland IRS audit attorney could help allay your fears.

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Blowing the Whistle on Tax Fraud: What You Need to Know

Posted in News on November 16, 2018

The Internal Revenue Service encourages individuals who possess information about a company’s or an individual’s fraudulent tax reporting practices to report the information to the agency. It even offers rewards to people who report IRS fraud under either the IRS whistleblower law or its Informant Claims Program.

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Filing Your Taxes Via Postcard: Is That in the Near Future?

Posted in News on October 31, 2018

Tax law issues have become more complicated for many in recent years, thanks to new requirements for individuals with offshore investment accounts and thanks to tax reform that occurred with the passage of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Read More

Online Retailers and Sales Tax: Supreme Court Addresses the Issues

Posted in News on September 28, 2018

It is imperative for both individuals and businesses to understand the rules associated with their tax liability. A Maryland tax attorney can provide representation and advice on complying with changing tax laws and can provide assistance to those who are concerned that they may not have fulfilled all of the IRS requirements.

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