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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

The IRS Enlists Debt Collectors To Recover Overdue Taxes, 'Placing A Bull’s-Eye On The Backs Of Low-Income Taxpayers' And 'Putting Out Barrels Of Honey For Scammers'

Following up on Tuesday's post, The IRS's Use Of Private Debt Collectors Will Not End Well (Again): New York Times, I.R.S. Enlists Debt Collectors to Recover Overdue Taxes: The Internal Revenue Service is about to start using four private debt-collection companies to chase down overdue payments from hundreds of thousands...

IRS Uses Debt Collectors to Recover Overdue Taxes

The Internal Revenue Service is about to start using four private debt-collection companies to chase down overdue payments from hundreds of thousands of people who owe money to the federal government, a job it has handled in house for years. Show More Summary

Chris Matthews: Maybe IRS Employees Should Start Leaking About Trump's Taxes

Thankfully, we all know that nobody over at the Internal Revenue Service would ever dream of doing something improper to harm or violate...

It's tax day — here's what your federal taxes are actually paying for

It's Tax Day. Do you know where your money is going? Well, obviously, your tax return is filed with the Internal Revenue Service. After that, however, the money from your federal taxes goes towards a huge number of programs from healthcare...Show More Summary

Form 4868, the tax procrastinator's best friend

You've got until midnight your time to get your 2016 tax return to the Internal Revenue Service, either by hitting "send" on your computer or getting your paper form to a Post Office where it can be postmarked today. Or, if it becomes...Show More Summary

Attn. NBC Legal Dept.: Chris Matthews Says IRS Leaking Trump Tax Info Would Be 'Good'

In early March, Nick Kristof at the New York Times solicited a felony in a tweet by virtually begging someone at the Internal Revenue Service to leak Donald Trump's tax returns. On Monday, Chris Matthews was more interested in settling the supposedly questionable matter of whether Trump's prior returns are under audit, but he went down the same path. Show More Summary

ChodorowThe Third Time Is Not The Charm — The IRS's Use Of Private Debt Collectors Will Not End Well (Again)

Slate: The IRS Is Using Private Debt Collectors Again. And It May Not End Well, by Adam Chodorow (Arizona State): Last year, Congress authorized the Internal Revenue Service to use private debt collectors to go after unpaid tax liabilities — and this month, if you are one of the unfortunate,...

Internal Revenue Service Hires Private Debt Collectors For Tax Default: Here’s How IRS Tax Recovery Will Work

Tax Day 2017 is here, and perhaps to commemorate the day, the Internal Revenue Service or IRS has hired four private companies to collect unpaid taxes. Although these agencies will have to follow protocol outlined in the Fair Debt Collection...Show More Summary

How e-file and, if necessary, e-pay your taxes

If you've waited until now to finish your taxes (or are going to delay until the very last minute on April 18), then your best filing, and paying if you owe, bet is to go electronic. As the Internal Revenue Service has been saying for years, filing and paying your taxes is easier and more accurate than going the old fashioned paper route. Show More Summary

The IRS Has Drained Tori Spelling And Dean McDermott's Bank Accounts — Yikes!

Less money, more problems? According to media reports that broke late yesterday afternoon, the Internal Revenue Service has emptied the bank accounts belonging to Tori Spelling and her husband, Dean McDermott. Whoa!!! Related: Tori Is Open To Having MORE Children?! The IRS had previously slammed the couple with a federal tax lien for $707,480.30 in unpaid taxes — [...]

The IRS is using private debt collectors again — and it won't end well

Last year, Congress authorized the Internal Revenue Service to use private debt collectors to go after unpaid tax liabilities—and this month, if you are one of the unfortunate, you may have already had the pleasure first-hand. The U.S. Show More Summary

IRS grants automatic tax filing and payment extensions to taxpayers in major disaster areas and combat zones

People who live in storm ravaged areas of Georgia, Louisiana and Mississippi have enough to worry about, so the Internal Revenue Service says they don't have to worry about filing their taxes next Tuesday. Neither do U.S. military personnel who are in combat zones. Show More Summary

IRS offers special phone tax help this Saturday, April 15

No maybe about it. Taxpayers will be calling the Internal Revenue Service this weekend as the April 18 tax return filing deadline looms. Taxpayers will be taking Carly Rae Jepsen's advice and calling the IRS in a filing season last-minute rush to complete their returns. Show More Summary

Early tax filers more likely to get the deal in seller’s market

Often, final loan approval requires authenticating tax returns submitted to your lender. To do that, you need to sign and submit to the Internal Revenue Service consent form 4506-T.

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