Smooth Sailing … So Far

Tax business is booming this season, and problems are rarer than ever

March 9, 2015
Emma Ogutu

Michael Sonnenblick, editor/author with the Tax and Accounting business of Thomson Reuters, observed that the scams on the IRS “Dirty Dozen” list typically peak during filing season as taxpayers file their returns. They include frivolous tax arguments, creating false income to qualify for a credit, fake charities, hiding money offshore, and identity theft.  To read more, link to the Accounting Today.  For more on IRS “Dirty Dozen” list, read the “Common Taxpayer Scams Get IRS Attention“.


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