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Archive by Year:2020

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Facing an IRS Income Tax Audit


Posted on June 30, 2020

You filed your 2020 income tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), and you assumed this meant that you were done thinking about your taxes until next year. But, you have just received an audit letter from the IRS, and now you are wondering what – if anything – you need to do to make sure you (i) do not pay more than necessary, and (ii) are not at risk for facing allegations of federal tax fraud.Read More

Could an SBA Paycheck Protection Program Loan Audit Lead to Trouble with the IRS?


Posted on June 16, 2020

Due to widespread fraud under the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will be auditing many loan recipients at the time they apply for forgiveness through their lenders. These audits have the potential to lead to additional scrutiny from various federal agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). If your company is contacted by the IRS with regard to its use of PPP funds, it will be important for you to consult with a Boston tax attorney promptly.

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Despite Lack of Clarity, Cryptocurrency Investors Must Still Strictly Comply with Federal Tax Laws in 2020

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Posted on May 5, 2020

For cryptocurrency investors, the challenges of understanding how the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) applies to cryptocurrency transactions do not provide an excuse for non-compliance. As a result, as federal Tax Day approaches, individual and corporate taxpayers must ensure that they have a clear understanding of what they need to report on their federal returns. Contact Boston tax attorney Kevin E. Thorn today to get the answers you need and discuss your specific situation in greater detail.

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What Do Small Business Owners Need to Know about the IRS's New Fraud Enforcement Office?

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Posted on April 30, 2020

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has formed a new Fraud Enforcement Office that will share responsibility for targeting tax fraud in the small business sector. In a March 5, 2020 statement announcing the creation of the Fraud Enforcement Office, the IRS wrote that the new office (which is housed within the Small Business/Self Employed Division) will work, “in support of IRS efforts to detect and deter fraud while strengthening the [IRS’s] National Fraud Program.”

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IRS Extends Federal Income Tax Deadline to July 15, But Massachusetts Has Not Yet Followed Suit


Posted on March 31, 2020

On March 21, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) formally announced the extension of the federal income tax filing and payment deadline from April 15 to July 15 (Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had previously shared the news on his Twitter account on the morning of March 20). This is good news for both individual and corporate taxpayers that are feeling the financial strain of the novel coronavirus pandemic. However, to date, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has not followed suit—although many other states have.Read More

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