As a tax preparer, you can face stiff criminal penalties for falsified tax documents. When the IRS notifies you of a potential penalty, it’s important to take the right steps from the beginning – including contacting a tax attorney. Learn more about what types of issues can get you in trouble with the IRS, what… Read more »
Category: Tax Preparer Defense
While taxpayers are legally responsible for the items on their return, tax preparers can also face penalties for fraudulent or reckless conduct. These penalties can even apply to “ghost tax preparers” who don’t sign the returns they prepare.
Tax preparers such as CPAs face a lot of pitfalls and potential traps when dealing with clients. In case such an event happens, only a qualified tax preparer defense attorney can help to resolve the criminal tax exposure that CPAs face. Although CPAs help clients to sort out their taxation problems, they are often… Read more »
Tax preparer fraud involves illegal conduct by a tax preparer and can take many different forms: The tax preparer may direct your refund to their bank account instead of yours. The tax preparer may not be qualified to prepare your return. Your refund may be fraudulently inflated to get your business or earn commissions for… Read more »
Don’t Get Blindsided by the IRS: Vital Information about the IRS’s EITC Due Diligence Penalties The IRS Hopes to Blindside Private Tax Preparers The IRS has launched a campaign to step up efforts in enforcing the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) duty of due diligence. The Internal Revenue Service has recently raised penalties for… Read more »