The IRS Requires Taxpayers to Keep Documentation for Years… But Can’t Do the Same

If you have ever been involved in an IRS dispute, you know that the agency expects you to maintain extensive documentation for years after filing your tax return. In many cases, you […] Read More

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Colorado Contractor Guilty of Defrauding the IRS for Nearly SIX million dollars!

A contractor who worked extensively with the Regional Transportation District (RTD) in Colorado pled guilty to defrauding the IRS out of nearly $6 million. The Denver Post report based on a news […] Read More

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Italy Says NO to Multinational Tax Loopholes

Apple, Inc. has been in hot water for its creative tax accounting many times over the years. Yet this company and other large multinationals continue to get away with making billions in […] Read More

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Jay Willis is the Gulf Coast IRS Underdog Advocate

Although there isn’t really a medical term for it, I often say that my clients have “Beaten Puppy Syndrome” because they are the underdog in a vicious battle with Uncle Sam. In […] Read More

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Three Mississippi Gulf Coast Tax Scams to Avoid This Fall

The holiday season is just around the corner and your mind is probably busy making plans. It’s doubtful that you are thinking about taxes or tax returns right now. However, just because […] Read More

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