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What is The Weapon of Choice of the Government When Prosecuting Taxpayers?

What is The Weapon of Choice of the Government When Prosecuting Taxpayers?

The Government Has Focused a Considerable Amount of Energy To Prosecute Taxpayers Who Failed to File FBAR Reports and Accurately Account For Taxes. The Government has used the Required Records Doctrine to compel taxpayers to produce foreign bank account records.

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Understanding the Purpose of the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS

Understanding the Purpose of the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS

Taxpayers who are the target of an Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division investigation benefit from an understanding of the purpose of these investigations.

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Sentence for Tax Misdemeanors Same as Felonies

Taxpayer made large profits selling guns. At trial he was acquitted of all felony charges. However, he was convicted of two misdemeanor tax charges pursuant to 26 USC 7203. The taxpayer appeal because the court did not permit the defendant's expert to testify as to the taxpayer's intent because it was the ultimate issue for the jury to decide. Taxpayer's counsel failed to properly rephrase the questions to get past the government's objection.

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Taxpayer convicted of conspiracy to iimpede IRS with 1099 scheme. U. S. v. SCHROEDER, U.S. App. LEXIS 19393 (6th Cir. 2012)

Court found that there was ample evidence that taxpayer conspired to impede the IRS by concealing income by using a non-profit entity and mishandling 1099 forms.

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Prosecutor Misconduct was Not Sufficient to Reverse Tax Conviction U.S. v. Guinn, 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 5103 (11th Cir. 2012)

Taxpayer was convicted pursuant to 7203 for failing to file several tax returns. Taxpayer appeal based upon the alleged misconduct of the prosecutor. The Court affirmed based upon "harmless error".

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