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An Introduction to the IRS Offer in Compromise Program

Articles/News

Posted in on December 31, 2018

Individual and business taxpayers that owe the Internal Revenue Service back taxes might be able to pay less than they owe and still extinguish their IRS debt.

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New Jersey Firms Could Be at Risk for Money Laundering: How to Protect Your Business

Articles/News

Posted in on November 16, 2018

Money laundering happens in a variety of situations and in all different kinds of businesses. Basically, money laundering is the act of concealing illegally obtained money through actions designed to disguise the money’s origins by creating a false trail that seems to indicate it is the result of legitimate enterprise.

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A Closer Look at a Few Noteworthy Tax Offenses and Convictions

Articles/News, Offshore Account Update

Posted in on December 30, 2016

The Department of Justice Tax Division has been aggressively cracking down on those who evade their tax obligations. One of the DOJ's main focuses has revolved around identifying people who fail to declare offshore funds.  U.S. authorities have been making deals with banks to obtain information on accountholders and have created amnesty programs with the goal of getting certain violators to come forward and report previously undeclared offshore accounts in exchange for reduced penalties and avoiding criminal charges.

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Tax Evasion Investigation Moves Forward

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Posted in on January 30, 2015

From 2005 to 2013, a company called Sovereign Management & Legal LTD (Sovereign) reportedly helped U.S. citizens perpetrate and carry out schemes to defraud the government of income tax revenue.  The Internal Revenue Service, as well as local prosecuting authorities, are trying very hard to find out exactly which U.S. taxpayers may have sought help from Sovereign and taken steps to hide assets and income. 

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Time is Running out to Limit Penalties for Undeclared Offshore Accounts

Articles/News, Featured, Offshore Account Update

Posted in on July 21, 2014

If you have an account offshore, the Report of Foreign Bank Account and Financial Accounts Report (FBAR) must be filed each year with the Internal Revenue Service to declare the account. If you have failed to file your FBAR and have not disclosed your foreign accounts, you could face penalties. You may be fined and even prosecuted for felony tax evasion and potentially sent to jail.

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