Legal Guides for Tax
Written by attorney Ronald Cappuccio, almost 2 years ago.
IRS Installment Agreements
Installment Payment of Taxes
Tax Installment Agreements allow you to pay taxes owed to the Internal Revenue Service monthly.Individualsandbusinesstaxpayers can... more
Written by attorney Michael Kushner, over 1 year ago.
The IRS has proposed regulations relating to restricted property (property transferred from an employer to an employee as compensation for the performance of services). The proposed rules... more
Written by attorney Daniel O'Neil, almost 2 years ago.
The word "accused" generally connotes criminal activity. There is a distinct field of criminal tax and if you have been visited by an IRS Special Agent that means you are being investigated... more
Written by attorney Irina Goldberg, over 2 years ago.
Since 2008, the IRS has been adjusting its collections practices to help struggling taxpayers during this difficult financial climate.
Part of these efforts is the "Fresh Start"... more
Written by attorney Ayuban Tomas, over 3 years ago.
A 57-year-old Florida dentist has been sentenced to four years in prison after being sentenced on charges of federal income-tax evasion, reports the Orlando Sentinel.Miami tax... more
Written by attorney Rocco Cipparone, over 4 years ago.
How will I know if contact from the IRS means I am being investigated criminally for my business or personal income tax filings or actions? One tell-tale sign is if initial contact is made... more
Written by attorney Ronald Marini, over 3 years ago.
Overview of the 2001 OVDI (Tax Amnesty) U.S. taxpayers who participate in the OVDI will be required to
disclose all foreign income, foreign financial accounts, and
ownership interests in... more
Written by attorney Kestutis Stevens, almost 5 years ago.
IRS Summons to International Banks The IRS has issued “John Doe” summons to several international banks, seeking information regarding individuals who have unreported foreign income.... more
Written by attorney John Knobelsdorf, over 1 year ago.
Consider the Money From Becoming Tax-Exempt
The Internal Revenue Code sub-section that applies is: 501(c)(4). It refers to Social Welfare Organizations. Generally, the... more
Written by attorney Michael DeBlis, 5 months ago.
Of the professionals that you can turn to for help with IRS problems, tax attorneys can most effectively help you sort through legal issues. Hiring such an expert is the quickest and... more