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    We handle every aspect of tax law: preparing tax returns, representing clients during audits, resolving IRS and state tax controversies, and creating tax planning strategies for the future.

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March 2017 Archives

3 tax implications to consider when starting a business

You may have a great idea for a startup and want to begin the process of establishing your business. You find yourself focused on marketing, advertising, financing, hiring or whatever else your company needs. But before you proceed any further, take a step back and consider the tax implications of your small business. If you do not review how the setup of your business will affect the taxes you will owe, you may end up having to pay more than you expected. Start by considering these three factors.

What is the difference between tax fraud and tax negligence, and why does it matter? P.3

We’ve been looking in recent posts at the difference between tax fraud and negligence, and emphasizing the importance of taxpayers working with an experienced attorney when the IRS decides to investigate reporting discrepancies.

What is the difference between tax fraud and tax negligence, and why does it matter? P.2

In our previous post, we began looking at the difference between tax fraud and tax negligence. As we noted, the difference is between being mistaken or careless, or perhaps reckless, and intentionally attempting to deceive the IRS in tax reporting.

What is the difference between tax fraud and tax negligence, and why does it matter?

For readers who do their own taxes, chances are most have made a mistake at some point that required correction. For some, the correction may have been made automatically by the IRS, while others may have gotten a call to clear things up.

Work with experienced legal counsel during IRS investigation

Last week, the Internal Revenue Service released its annual Criminal Investigation report for 2016, detailing the number and type of investigations, recommended prosecutions and federal sentences obtained against those accused of tax crimes. While the total number may seem large to those unfamiliar with the annual report, they actually show that there was a general decrease in cases.

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