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December 13, 2022 in IRS Tax

Only fans IRS criminal tax investigation attorney

Only fans IRS criminal tax investigation attorney In 2020, OnlyFans posted a gross revenue of $2.3 Billion. Just one year later that figure increased to $4.8 Billion. When the IRS sees that a single industry is producing this level of growth and revenue, it is just a matter of time…
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October 11, 2022 in IRS Tax

IRS Form 8082 Notice of Inconsistent Treatment K1

IRS Form 8082 Notice of Inconsistent Treatment K1 Have you received an inconsistent K1 from an S-Corporation? Basically, has one of your business partners issued the incorrect payment amount? If so, you will need to file form 8082 to inform the IRS of this problem. Many times, once these forms…
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December 21, 2021 in IRS Tax

Research and development IRS tax credit audit risk

Research and development IRS tax credit audit risk If you are concerned about the IRS auditing you for taking research and development tax credits, then, follow the pointers below: 1. There must be a process of experimentation that is well established and documented! This is the main objective of the…
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November 21, 2019 in IRS Tax

Tax Preparer Penalty Due Diligence Attorney Atlanta Georgia

Tax Preparer Penalty Due Diligence Attorney Atlanta Georgia If you are a tax preparer facing a due diligence audit by the IRS, then, you might be concerned about some of the deductions that you have given your clients. The most common deductions that we have seen causing trouble for our…
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