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IRS Foreign Asset Seizures to Satisfy Tax Debt

Offshore Account Update

Posted in on July 31, 2019

For U.S. taxpayers with offshore bank accounts, they should be particularly wary of one potential action by the IRS: If it believes the taxpayer is intentionally failing to report the offshore accounts, the IRS can seize the taxpayer’s foreign assets and income.

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New Jersey International Tax Attorneys Can Help You Deal With Delinquent FBARs

Offshore Account Update

Posted in on July 23, 2019

Do you own an offshore bank account? If you are a U.S. taxpayer with offshore bank accounts, it is imperative that you know and understand the importance of filing Foreign Bank Account Reports (FBARs). Additionally, if you are a taxpayer who has failed to file FBARs for past years, you must know how to deal with delinquent FBARs.

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Is Your NJ Small Business at Risk for an Audit? Contact a New Jersey IRS Small Business Audit Lawyer

Asset Forfeitures / IRS Audits

Posted in on June 26, 2019

New Jersey is a state where small businesses can thrive. However, New Jersey small businesses must also be ready for a common threat – an IRS audit.

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Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion in New Jersey


Posted in on May 6, 2019

Although federal tax crimes are serious matters, state tax authorities can prosecute state tax crimes aggressively as well. The state of New Jersey is no exception.  Convictions for tax fraud and tax evasion in New Jersey can have dire consequences. When a taxpayer is accused of such conduct, a New Jersey tax attorney is essential to defend the taxpayer’s rights.

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IRS Tax Liens: What You Need to Know


Posted in on March 29, 2019

When a taxpayer falls behind on their federal taxes, the IRS may file a tax lien on the taxpayer’s property.  IRS tax liens can cause numerous financial problems for the taxpayer.  The taxpayer will almost certainly want to take steps to remove the lien as soon as possible.

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