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Phony Refund = 27 Months in Prison (Tax Fraud Post)

Erica Bryant wanted a new Lincoln MKZ. There was just one problem, not enough money. How do you get quick cash? File a phony refund request. Bryant did just that and received a check for $100,653.22. Now, she will be spending the next 27 months in prison. Worse, the IRS seized her new Lincoln. Bryant, [...]

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IRS, Justice Department Seek Civil Injunction in Tax Evasion Case

  As a former agent and Assistant Attorney General – Tax, I know how long it takes for agents to build a successful criminal tax evasion case. It isn’t unusual for agents to expend upwards of 1000 hours on a single case. If successful, the defendant often winds up in jail. There are other ways [...]

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American Tax Relief Slammed by FTC

We follow the tax relief industry fairly closely. There are many fine lawyers, accountants and enrolled agents ready and able to help taxpayers with IRS collection problems. Then, of course, there are those companies that spend zillions of dollars on sleazy TV and radio ads. (Who can forget Roni Deutch and her ads hyping how [...]

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Banker Charged In Offshore Account Leak – FBAR Post

As governments worldwide clamp down on global tax evasion, some bankers are becoming whistleblowers or privateers. They are willing to steal and turn over confidential account data and turn it over to authorities. Some countries are even willing to purchase stolen information. Usually when we read of a data breach, it is hackers obtaining identity [...]

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Reams of Info from Swiss Banks Sent to IRS

We have been warning about this day for years. Despite a valiant effort by Swiss banks and some politicians, Switzerland was no match for the IRS. Whether you approve or disapprove of Uncle Sam’s tactics, the recent criminal prosecutions of Swiss banks by the United States Department of Justice proved too much for the Swiss. [...]

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New Guidance for REITs = New Opportunities for Taxpayers

A year ago we discussed the attempt by Lamar Advertising and Iron Mountain to convert many of their income generating properties into Real Estate Investment Trusts or REITs. When we of REITs, most people think of investment companies that own office buildings, hotel properties and shopping centers. But why not billboards (Lamar Advertising) or storage [...]

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“Rotting Economic Carcass” and Other Quotes on Tax Inversions

We love writing this blog. Hopefully we educate folks and offer solid general advice to help taxpayers understand sometimes complex and arcane provisions of the U.S. Tax Code. Admittedly, some aspects of the tax code are as clear as mud while others are so complex as to require hundreds of pages of forms, regulations and [...]

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Swiss Accounts & Declaration of Consent Letters – FBAR Post

Many taxpayers have been calling us recently because they have received a “Declaration of Consent” or similarly titled letter from their Swiss bank. Folks want to know whether or not they should consent and if not, what will happen. Great questions and unfortunately, the time to act can’t be delayed. Failure to sign a consent [...]

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Have an Account at RMB (Rand Merchant Bank)? FATCA Post

Banks all over the world are sending letters to clients explaining the new reporting requirements under FATCA. Short for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, FATCA requires banks located outside the United States to review their accounts and tell the IRS about any accounts with ties to the United States. That includes signatories with a [...]

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