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Archive by Year:2020

What are the Risks of Using the IRS’ Voluntary Disclosure Practice?

Posted in Offshore Account Update on July 31, 2020

The IRS’ Voluntary Disclosure Practice is a “compliance option” for U.S. taxpayers who are at risk for federal prosecution due to the commission of tax crimes and certain tax-related offenses. If you believe that you may be guilty of a federal crime, taking advantage of the Voluntary Disclosure Practice could be a good option. However, there are major risks involved in voluntarily disclosing criminal activity to the IRS; and, in order to protect yourself, you will need to rely on the advice of an experienced Maryland voluntary disclosure attorney. Read More

The IRS is Auditing My 2020 Tax Return. What Should I Do?

Posted in News on June 30, 2020

If the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is auditing your 2020 tax return, there are some important steps you need to take, and there are also some critical miscues you need to avoid. While it is possible to resolve an IRS audit without additional liability in many cases, an audit can also lead to additional tax plus interest and penalties, and it can potentially trigger a criminal tax fraud investigation as well. In order to avoid unnecessary consequences, you need to rely on the advice of an experienced Maryland tax lawyer, and you should schedule an appointment to speak with a lawyer as soon as possible. Read More

5 IRS Audit Concerns for Small Businesses

Posted in News on May 29, 2020

For small business owners in the United States, complying with the federal income tax reporting and payment obligations can be burdensome, but it is also extremely important. The IRS audits countless small businesses every year; and, with the recent formation of the Small Business/Self Employed Division’s Fraud Enforcement Office, small businesses can expect to face enhanced scrutiny in 2020 and beyond. Read More

New IRS Office Will Target Small Business Tax Fraud

Posted in Hot Topics, News on April 30, 2020

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has announced the formation of a new office that will specifically target small business tax fraud. The Fraud Enforcement Office, housed within the IRS’s Small Business/Self Employed Division, will begin working with IRS Criminal Investigations (CI) and the IRS’s civil enforcement divisions in 2020.

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IRS and Maryland Comptroller’s Office Extend Tax Filing Deadline to July 15 Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

Posted in News on March 31, 2020

On March 21, 2020 the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) extended the income tax filing and payment deadline for 2020 to July 15. The extension applies to 2019 annual income tax returns as well as first-quarter estimated tax payments for 2020. Read More

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