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Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion in New Jersey

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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

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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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Paying Off IRS Debt With Installment Agreements

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Posted in on February 28, 2019

You can’t pay your taxes. You are racking up penalties and interest and it’s gotten to the point where you know you are going to need the help of a New Jersey tax lawyer to negotiate some kind of payment plan with the IRS.

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An Introduction to the IRS Offer in Compromise Program

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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

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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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