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September 2012 Archives

Nevada tax audit: IRS increasing scrutiny on small businesses

Nevada small business owners may want to be extra diligent with their tax returns next year. The IRS has recently announced they will be focusing on eight specific tax audit areas for the upcoming year. They are beginning to target the practice of underreporting within the small business arena, something they believe could be responsible for over 80 percent of the $450 billion tax gap.

Military personnel and IRS tax returns advice

Military personnel in Nevada may be interested in tax tips that are making headlines. Special tax considerations exist for all military members including those serving on active duty or attempting to transition into the civilian lifestyle again. While it is always important to speak to someone knowledgeable when it comes to taxes, there are several tips that military personnel may want to ask about when filing their taxes. Doing so can help maximize an IRS tax return.

Nevada sex assault or abuse victims: IRS can tax judgments

The last thing Nevada residents likely think about after winning a settlement for sexual abuse is the IRS and tax implications. However, an interesting question is now being posed. Are the judgments given to sexual assault or sex abuse victims actually taxed by the IRS? The majority of people would likely respond with a resounding "no." However, it is very possible that it could happen.

Las Vegas taxes: Family facing trouble with massive tax debt

With the maze of confusing IRS laws out there, many Las Vegas residents find themselves falling into significant tax debt, sometimes even when they dispute the validity of that debt. One prominent Nevada family is experiencing this scenario after being accused of owing over $500 million in tax debt, after allegedly continuing to use a tax shelter strategy that had been outlawed. Authorities accuse the family's accountants of telling staff members to create fake tax records in hopes of encouraging the IRS to settle the debt in a manner favorable to the family's interests.

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