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  • Audits are decreasing, but audits on the wealthy could be on the rise
    Audits are decreasing, but audits on the wealthy could be on the rise

    The IRS' resources have diminished over the past five years. Due to budget cuts, the number of IRS enforcement officers has decreased from a high of nearly 23,000 agents in 2010 to approximately ...

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  • Employment tax compliance: why the stakes are so high
    Employment tax compliance: why the stakes are so high

    Employment taxes pose multiple challenges for businesses. One of these challenges is that decisions about how to classify workers -- as employees or as independent contractors -- create dilemmas for ...

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  • Regarding Transparency: Offshore Bank Account Holders Beware
    Regarding Transparency: Offshore Bank Account Holders Beware

    It's a common joke that if you have money, you can literally get away with murder. While this is the obvious case in a John Grisham novel or blockbuster film where financial crimes are traced to the ...

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  • Fraudulent Transfers In Florida
    Fraudulent Transfers In Florida

    A corporation is a separate legal entity, with its own identity. Once funds are deposited into a corporate account, those funds become the property of the corporation. Decisions with regard to a ...

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