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How Does the IRS Decide Who to Prosecute?

The IRS Criminal Investigation Division is responsible for determining whether a taxpayer should be criminally prosecuted. The IRS Criminal Investigation Division makes a recommendation to the United States Department of Justice as to whether a taxpayer should be criminally prosecuted…

April 05, 2016

Statute of Limitations Running Out on 2012 IRS Refunds

If you have not yet filed your federal Form 1040 tax return for 2012 with the IRS, any refund listed on that tax return will soon be barred by the refund statute of limitation. Generally speaking, a taxpayer has three…

March 31, 2016

Refund Claim Denied Because The Taxpayer Was Not Financially Disabled

In a recent case, the United States District Court of Federal Claims denied a taxpayer’s claim for a refund in the amount of $48,489.00 because the refund statute of limitation for the taxable year 2001 had expired and the taxpayer…

May 05, 2015

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