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What You Need to Know About IRS Corona Virus Relief (03-31-2020)

What You Need to Know About IRS Corona Virus Relief (03-31-2020) The various news releases for IRS Corona Virus relief, as they are updated, from the […]

Corona Virus Economic Impact Payment: How Do You Get It, When Is it Coming, and Where Is It?

The Corona Virus (Covid-19) economic impact payments: What you need to know The IRS has issued the following press release (as of 3/31/2010 still up but […]

IRS: Employee Retention Credit available for many businesses financially impacted by COVID-19 Corona Virus

IRS: Employee Retention Credit available for many businesses financially impacted by COVID-19 Corona Virus The IRS has issued the following press release: IR-2020-62, March 31, 2020 […]

IRS Issues Press Release on Leniency on IRS Collections and Compliance Enforcement Due to Corona Virus

IRS Issues Press Release on Leniency on IRS Collections and Compliance Enforcement Due to Corona Virus, Including Temporary Relief in Some Cases from Levies, Garnishments, and […]

Tax Day Is July 15, 2020: Treasury, IRS extend tax return filing deadline and payment deadline for 2019 returns

Tax Day Is July 15, 2020: Treasury, IRS extend tax return filing deadline and payment deadline for 2019 returns The IRS has issued the following press […]

Treasury, IRS and Labor announce plan to implement Coronavirus-related paid leave for workers and tax credits for small and midsize businesses

Treasury, IRS and Labor announce plan to implement Coronavirus-related paid leave for workers and tax credits for small and midsize businesses The IRS has issued the […]

Is Getting a Tax LLM A Good Idea? Part 1: LLM Programs Grew More Competitive…

A question law students and recent law school graduates ask with great frequency is whether they should pursue a Tax LLM. To a great extent, the […]
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Is a Tax LLM Worth It? Part 2.1 of “Is a Tax LLM a Good Idea?”

What Is the Value of a Tax LLM? Whether a Master of Laws in Taxation is worth the cost, of course, is going to vary based […]

Is a Tax LLM a Good Idea? Part 3.1: Ranking the Top Tax LLM Programs.

Currently, there are a few places that you may find rankings of the master of laws in taxation programs. One of the obvious places to look […]

Bakersfield Man Who Ran Catholic-Centered Charitable Websites Indicted for Tax Evasion

The Department of Justice recently issued a press release (click here to see it) announcing the indictment of a Bakersfield man, Michael Galloway, who owned the […]

Newport Beach Executive Sentenced to 7 Years For $180 million Unreported Income

The Orange County DA’s office issued a press release yesterday reporting that Richard Engel, a 70 year old Newport Beach man, was sentenced to seven years […]

Star of “Jersey Shore” Indicted for Tax Fraud

Michael “The Situation” Sorrentino and his brother/manager Marc Sorrentingo were indicted last week for allegedly failing to pay taxes on $8.9 million of income, according to […]

First Day of Trial for UBS Executive

The high profile federal criminal trial of Raoul Weil began today in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.  Weil was the chief executive of UBS AG wealth management. This […]

Stolen Identity Tax Refund Fraud Stealing Headlines

The IRS’s tax return-related identity theft problem has officially crossed from item of interest to law enforcement and tax professionals to a disturbing problem worthy of […]

Blows Dealt to Department of Justice in Offshore Bank Account Enforcement

The big news last week was that the Department of Justice lost two high-profiled trials involving offshore bank accounts. The first was a jury verdict of […]

So-Cal Tax Attorney and CPA Who Evaded Taxes Sentenced to Almost 5 Years

The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of California issued a press release last week reporting a conviction of a former tax attorney.  Lloyd Irving […]
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