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Congress Questions IRS On Efforts To Access Coinbase Customer Data

For months, customers, lawyers, and privacy experts have been voicing concerns about the scope of a "John Doe" summons that the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) seeks to serve on on Coinbase. Now, Congress has joined the clamor.

Is That Really the IRS Knocking on your Door?

While there are legitimate circumstances for an Internal Revenue Service agent to visit the home of an individual, scammers are also using this ploy to gain entry to victims’ homes, according to a recent report from the Golden State Newspaper. Show More Summary

IRS Expects Millions From Marijuana Sales in Cash

An Internal Revenue Service code, Code 280E, that’s typically reserved for making drug traffickers pay taxes on their earnings also requires that they receive IRS penalties. The IRS doesn’t allow them to deduct business expenses when they file taxes. Show More Summary

Former IRS Employee Found Guilty for Not Paying Taxes

As reported by North Carolina CBS affiliate WFMY-TV News 2, a former employee of the Internal Revenue Service, Greensboro IRS Officer Henti Lucian Baird, was sentenced to a 43-month prison stint after it was learned that he purposely did not pay taxes to the IRS for a side consulting business over a period of 16... Show More Summary

Dallas Attorney Beats the IRS in Court

According to a report by Law360, Dallas lawyer William R. Canada Jr. received good news on Monday, May 8, 2017. After fighting the Internal Revenue Service since April 2015, Canada was informed in a Texas federal court, Case Number 3:16-CV-02000, that he did not owe the IRS $40 million in penalties that it claimed was... Show More Summary

Anonymous Coinbase Users Seek To Intervene In IRS Efforts To Access Bitcoin Info

Berns Weiss LLP has filed a motion on behalf of two Coinbase customers seeking to intervene in an ongoing dispute over an attempt by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to issue a "John Doe" summons on Coinbase, a company which facilitates transactions of digital currencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum.

My Birthday and Tenth Anniversary 'Present' to the Internal Revenue Service: ACJF'S 990-EZ Forms

I spent much of today, my 69th birthday, finishing and sending the Ann Campana Judge Foundation's 2016 990-EZ form and schedules to the Internal Revenue Service in Ogden, UT. The 2016 990-EZ must be sent by 15 May 2017. Since the 990-EZ is part of the public record, here is...

Goofed on your tax return? Here's what to do

If you made a mistake on your tax return and didn’t realize it until after the filing deadline, congratulations — you’re human. In the 2015 tax year alone, the Internal Revenue Service sent 1.6 million notices to taxpayers for 2.1 million math errors on their returns. The good news is that if you...

Goofed on your tax return? Here's what to do

If you made a mistake on your tax return and didn’t realize it until after the filing deadline, congratulations — you’re human. In the 2015 tax year alone, the Internal Revenue Service sent 1.6 million notices to taxpayers for 2.1 million math errors on their returns. The good news is that if you...

Atheists File Suit Against Trump's 'Religious Liberty' Executive Order

An atheist organization has filed suit against President Donald Trump and the Internal Revenue Service over the president’s “religious liberty” executive order, arguing that it’s unconstitutional government support for religious organizations. The Freedom From Religion Foundation, headquartered in Wisconsin, filed the lawsuit Thursday in U.S. Show More Summary

Billionaire Robert Mercer did Trump a huge favor. Will he get a payback?

The Internal Revenue Service is demanding a whopping $7 billion or more in back taxes from the world’s most profitable hedge fund, whose boss’s wealth and cyber savvy helped Donald … Click to Continue »

Lewis aims to end latest private tax debt collection effort

The Internal Revenue Service's third attempt to bring in overdue tax money by using private debt collectors has been in place for less than a month, but some House members are already trying to halt it. Opponents of the program question not only the collection system's costs and efficiency. Show More Summary

More Arrests – And A Guilty Plea – In IRS Phone Scams

J. Russell George, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration (TIGTA), and the Department of Justice (DOJ) have announced more arrests - and a guilty plea - in connection with Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone scams.

A man tried to argue in federal court that dealing heroin is his religious right

The Internal Revenue Service has some relatively relaxed rules when it comes to what constitutes a religious organization, a fact that late-night talk show host John Oliver skewered hilariously in … Click to Continue »

Indian Police Allege IRS, FBI, Other Law Enforcement Not Interested In Phone Scam Arrests

Taxpayers across the country breathed a sigh of relief after the arrest of Sagar Thakkar, the man accused of being the mastermind behind those Internal Revenue Service (IRS) phone scams. Now, however, Indian police allege that American authorities don't have interest in the case.

Don’t Blame the Russians, Tax Judge Tells Sotheby’s Expert

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In a case involving an estate and a Sotheby’s expert’s valuation of two paintings by old masters, a judge sides with the Internal Revenue Service.

The IRS Scandal, Day 1444:Judicial Watch Sues IRS Over Email Preservation

Press Release, Judicial Watch Sues IRS Over Email Preservation: Judicial Watch today announced that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to obtain records relating to the agency’s “preservation and/or retention” of the email records of officials who have left the agency...

Don't Be Fooled By Scam IRS Robocalls

Now that Tax Day has passed, calls from scammers posing as Internal Revenue Service agents are expected to surge. Joanna Stern suggests tips and apps to help you avoid them.

How to tell if that IRS agent on your porch is legit

Is that really the Internal Revenue Service knock, knock, knocking on your door? That's a concern shared not just by individuals who find people claiming to be with the federal tax collector's office, but also the IRS itself. "Many taxpayers...Show More Summary

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