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income tax fraud

Is It Income Tax Fraud or Negligence?

Tax season is not usually something most people look forward to, primarily because of the stress that comes with attempting to of get your taxes done without making costly errors. While most people don’t purposely file their taxes incorrectly, there are some out there who look to cut corners in order to pay less than […]

when you don't pay taxes

5 Bad Things Happen When You Don’t Pay Taxes

Most people have payroll taxes and income tax withholding taken out of every paycheck, but that doesn’t happen if you have your own business or do freelance work. No matter how you earn your income, though, you still have an obligation to pay taxes. When you don’t pay taxes, though, you could be looking at […]

Tax Facts For the Self-Employed

10 Tax Facts for the Self-Employed

Are you self-employed and become envious of family and friends at tax time because of the relative ease they enjoy at tax time? It’s true that having your own business comes with tons of benefits, but it also brings with it extra burdens and responsibilities, especially at tax time. When you have to spend hours […]

Accountant Liability

Tax Filing Errors & Accountant Liability

Scanning a notice from the IRS indicating that it has determined your tax return contains errors, and that you owe additional taxes and penalties can ruin your day. This is particularly true if you had the return prepared by a CPA or accountant and the additional taxes and penalties are due to accountant liability.  After […]

Foreign Bank Account Report

Foreign Bank Account Report Mistakes

If an American taxpayer has a financial interest in, or signature authority over, a foreign financial account, including a bank account, brokerage account, mutual fund, trust, or other type of foreign financial account, exceeding certain statutory thresholds, that taxpayer may be required to report the account annually to the Department of Treasury, using a Foreign […]

Committing Tax Fraud

5 Ways You’re Committing Tax Fraud

As virtually everyone knows, the Internal Revenue Code is complex and confusing. More than 74,600 pages in length, it is more than 187 times longer than it was a century ago. As one might imagine, “the Code” is full of twists, turns, and *surprises.” Some of these unexpected surprises can reach out and grab the […]

Partial Payment of IRS Debt

Partial Payment of IRS Debt

In the business world, when a debtor owes a creditor a specific sum of money, the latter will sometimes agree to accept less than the full amount owed, simply to conclude the matter and move forward. As the saying goes, “A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.” Somewhat similarly,under certain circumstances, […]

Taxes and Second Homes

Your Return, Taxes and Second Homes

Whether it’s to escape wintry weather, spend some time near children and grandchildren, or provide appropriate living space for a college student, many New Yorkers (and others) have turned to second homes, both for fun and investment. Depending upon the circumstances, there are some important implications for you to consider concerning taxes and second homes.  Here […]

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