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Below is a compilation of articles on various tax topics. We cover everything from FBAR to the OVDP, overdue taxes to offshore positioning and debt settlements.
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Can I go to jail for Illinois tax fraud? What about not paying my taxes? After the jump we talk about going to jail for various tax fraud violations.Read »
Tax season is once again upon us, and cryptocurrency investors need to start thinking seriously about how they'll approach their reporting requirements.Read »
Alongside the new tax law, officials created the opportunity zone program, which they hope will be a win-win for investors and under-performing regions.Read »
Lawmakers have been whispering about a new tax cut for the middle class. Is it a reality? And what other tax cuts are available to you now?Read »
Will the new tax code help small businesses? Yes, it looks like small businesses in several sectors will be able to reduce their effective tax rate.Read »
The Internal Revenue Service held a hearing about the new 20 percent pass-through rules under the new tax code. What industries may be affected?Read »
Should you use a tax resolution service or a tax lawyer? After the jump, we'll look the differences between the two and why you need to choose carefully.Read »
Lawmakers in the House of Representatives approved another tax cut bill. This one is intended to help startups and middle-class families.Read »
The new tax code means changes for many folks, including real estate professionals. Can they claim the 20 percent pass-through deduction?Read »