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Archive for February, 2010

Cracking Down on Fraudulent Tax Preparers in Texas

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Specific cases of fraud are my favorite blog articles.  A CPA in Houston Texas has been barred from practice before the IRS.  The IRS and Karen Hawkins have disclosed the suspension of Robert Loeser.  Mr. Loeser has been suspended from practice before the IRS for 12 months.
His scheme went something like this, set up some [...]

IRS Cracks Down on Fraudulent Tax Preparers

Wednesday, February 10th, 2010

Every community has their share, preparers that just violate the law.  I have seen 3 in my community, in the last few years.  The devastation these people create is phenomenal.
Fraudulent preparers leave victims in doubt for years.  The IRS must stop these preparers quicker.  These preparers that are filing fraudulent returns are the reasons for [...]

Tax Evasion, a very Serious Situation

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

I have copied the article published by Kelly Brooke.  The author explains the necessity for a tax attorney.  The author details the taxpayer’s need for representation.  My firm does not represent taxpayers that have been charged with a crime.  We are a CPA firm, not a law firm; however, the coordination between lawyer and CPA [...]

Fairbanks business owner found guilty of tax evasion-Tax Protestor

Saturday, February 6th, 2010

The story out of Fairbanks Alaska goes something like this.
The taxpayer is convicted of a felony count of tax evasion.  The taxpayer falsified his W-4, so his employer would not withhold Federal Income Taxes.  He failed to submit a complete and accurate income tax return.  When the IRS levied his bank account, he cashed his [...]

New York Nabs Five Lawyers, a CPA and Twelve Others on Tax Evasion Charges

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

Most state governments have seen voluntary compliance plummet.  New York has figured that out, New York has taken a massive step in the right direction.  New York’s prosecution of non filing taxpayers has gone up 360%.  That statement is made by the acting Commissioner Woodward.
Note the title of the article New York is prosecuting lawyers, [...]

Former Johnson City businessman arrested on felony tax evasion charges

Thursday, February 4th, 2010

From the timesnews.net, a Tennessee man was charged with tax evasion.  It would seem that Kevin Lee Hubbs did not remit the sales tax that he collected.  He has been charged with 12 felony counts, this is serious, and for allegedly not remitting $13,000.
This is good work by the State of Tennessee.  Every state in [...]