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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

What is at Stake if You Have Been Contacted by IRS Criminal Investigation?

Posted in News on February 27, 2020

IRS Criminal Investigation (CI) is the division of the Internal Revenue Service that is tasked with targeting individuals suspects of committing federal tax crimes. It is extremely active, and each month CI announces dozens of indictments, guilty pleas and sentences in cases involving ordinary taxpayers. Here is just a small sampling of the cases that CI prosecuted in February 2020: Read More

Avoiding Civil Penalties for Failure to Make a Maryland Offshore Voluntary Disclosure

Posted in News, Offshore Account Update on July 31, 2019

Offshore account holders who are also U.S. taxpayers have many reporting requirements for those accounts. These offshore accountholders also face significant civil penalties for failing to make these disclosures. If these taxpayers do not avail themselves of the IRS offshore voluntary disclosure programs, they could be in severe financial trouble.

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