Posts tagged "Tax Controversies"

Avoiding employee tax problems in Maryland

A business owner must make decisions that improve the bottom line as much as possible. One of these decisions is in the way he or she hires people. Whether a worker is an employee or an independent contractor has many legal implications, not the least of which is what taxes you must pay on their behalf.

IRS 'agent' phone scam still claiming victims

Back on Sept. 26, we warned our readers about a widespread scam involving phony IRS agents. The "agents" call innocent people in Washington, D.C. and elsewhere, claiming the victim owes thousands in back income taxes. If the victim does not pay immediately, the caller says, the IRS will seize the victim's property, arrest the person or have them deported.

IRS lets some taxpayers pay off their debt in installments

For various reasons, many people whom the IRS accuses of owing a hefty income tax bill choose not to contest the claim. Perhaps they do not dispute owing the money, or the size of the debt. Maybe, for personal reasons, it is not worthwhile to go through the time and expense of fighting the IRS.

4 different courts can hear your income tax controversy case

If a tax dispute with the IRS reaches the point that you or the agency must file suit to resolve it, the litigation could end up in one of several different courts. In fact, there are four different federal courts that potentially could have jurisdiction over your tax case.

$900M MoneyGram tax dispute due for hearing this week

What constitutes a bank? The answer to that question is not as clear as it used to be. Recent years have seen growth in the variety of financial institutions seeking to hold bank status and just such a legal challenge is one that will be getting a hearing this week in Washington.

Does Credit Suisse plea mark the end of Swiss bank accounts?

The big talk of the nation's capitol today, at least from a business perspective, is the guilty plea that Credit Suisse has entered into to resolve U.S. criminal charges. Switzerland's second-largest bank entered the plea yesterday in federal court in Alexandria, Virginia.

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