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The IRS Is Full Of Surprises

Surprising Tax Refunds Are you one of the 430,000 taxpayers who got a surprise tax refund from the IRS recently? It doesn’t happen often, but the pandemic has caused many unusual occurrences […] Read More


The Season Of Giving Is Also The Season Of Scamming

We are coming into the holiday season, which many people also think of as the season of giving. But this year, you have to be extra careful when selecting to whom you […] Read More


Dead To The IRS

Many people still have not received any stimulus payments from the IRS. If you haven’t received one, it might be due to the fact that the IRS considers you dead. That’s right, […] Read More


The Bells Are Ringing For Me And My Gal (Or Guy Or Non-Binary Partner)

Last year at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, there was not a wedding bell to be heard, not a grain of rice thrown as every single one of those joyful ceremonies […] Read More


Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis Writes About Why The Criminally Minded Will Always Target The IRS.

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR writes about a single $14 million fraudulent tax refund the IRS paid out and that 30,038 fraudulent refunds were filed in the […] Read More


Let Me Tell You How It Will Be: The Taxman Is Coming For Crypto-Currency Tax Cheats

Back in 2009, when cryptocurrency first appeared, it was initially thought to be a novelty, perhaps a passing fad or trend. An untraceable virtual currency appealed to lots of different players for […] Read More


Here’s To The Merry Month Of May, Mom, TAXES, And Memorial Day

May is one of the most pleasant months of the year. To me, it is the ‘gentle’ month. The early volatile spring weather is behind us, as is tax season. And hurricane […] Read More


Yes, No, Maybe

This month I have a little bad news and some less bad news that might end up being good news. Sounds confusing, right?  I have to say that’s par for the course […] Read More


The New Year Brings Renewed Hope For Small Businesses With Second PPP Program

Some small businesses were able to stay alive only because of the initial Payroll Protection Program launched by the Small Business Association and Treasury Department last year. However, despite receiving a PPP […] Read More


Time Keeps On Slipping Into The Future

Even while the entire world was brought to a standstill early this year by the COVID-19 pandemic, as the lyrics to the Steve Miller Band song go “time keeps on slipping, slipping, […] Read More