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Winning a Sales Tax Dispute in the Division of Tax Appeals

With the lure of interest, penalties, and large revenues upon which the sales tax is based, the Department of Taxation aggressively pursues sales tax revenue through audit. To emerge victorious in a sales tax dispute, the taxpayer should be conversant with some important principles involving sales tax litigation. Continue reading

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IRS Criminal Investigations

The IRS reserves the threat of incarceration for taxpayers it believes are guilty of tax evasion, failure to file, or making false statements. About 3,500 cases commenced by the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) each year result in prosecution. CID generally focuses on cases having a high deterrent value. Continue reading

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