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February 5, 2020
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Owner of DC-Area Tax Preparation Business Pleads Guilty to Fraud

A recent press release from the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Renita Jenifer, a return preparer located in District Heights, Maryland, pled guilty to aiding […]
December 28, 2019

Does Your Tax Attorney, CPA, Accountant, or Return Preparer Have a Conflict of Interest in Your Sales Tax or Income Tax Audit?

Does Your Tax Attorney, CPA, Accountant, or Tax Return Preparer Have a Conflict of Interest in Your Sales Tax or Income Tax Audit? A Tax Attorney […]
July 23, 2019

Ex-Navy Contractor Sentenced to Over 5 Years for Kickback Scheme and Tax Fraud

Ex-Navy Contractor, a Ventura County, California, resident, Was Sentenced to Over 5 Years for Kickback Scheme and Tax Fraud. The United States Attorney’s Office for the […]
June 3, 2019
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Plaintiff in Americans with Disabilities Act Lawsuits Indicted

Posted by Daniel Layton on 06/03/2019. An indictment is merely a charging document and a defendant who is indicted is presumed innocent until proven guilty. The […]
June 2, 2019

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien?

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien? Yes, an unrecorded grant deed can defeat a later federal IRS tax lien, but there […]
June 1, 2019

IRS and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Work Together to Charge Medicare and Tax Fraud

The IRS and the Department of Health and Human Services Worked Together to Charge Medicare and Tax Fraud, Leading to a 6 1/2 Year Sentencing Imposed […]
April 2, 2019

Salinas Woman Sentenced to 5 Years for Tax Conspiracy and Bank Fraud

In a recent press release, the U.S. Department of Justice reported that a Salinas woman was sentenced to 60 months on conspiracy and bank fraud charges. […]
May 1, 2019

Am I Entitled to a Jury in an IRS Tax Lien Foreclosure Action?

Am I Entitled to a Jury in an IRS Tax Lien Foreclosure Action? No, a jury demand is not proper for a federal tax lien foreclosure […]
May 29, 2019

No Prison Sentence for Defendant Who Pleaded Guilty to False Return Omitting Millions in Foreign Accounts

In October of 2018, Elie Waknine pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return omitting foreign accounts. Per the original DOJ press release (here): According to […]
June 1, 2019

IRS and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Work Together to Charge Medicare and Tax Fraud

The IRS and the Department of Health and Human Services Worked Together to Charge Medicare and Tax Fraud, Leading to a 6 1/2 Year Sentencing Imposed […]
June 2, 2019

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien?

Can an Unrecorded Grant Deed Defeat a Later IRS Tax Lien? Yes, an unrecorded grant deed can defeat a later federal IRS tax lien, but there […]
June 3, 2019
tax attorney riverisde

Plaintiff in Americans with Disabilities Act Lawsuits Indicted

Posted by Daniel Layton on 06/03/2019. An indictment is merely a charging document and a defendant who is indicted is presumed innocent until proven guilty. The […]
July 23, 2019

Ex-Navy Contractor Sentenced to Over 5 Years for Kickback Scheme and Tax Fraud

Ex-Navy Contractor, a Ventura County, California, resident, Was Sentenced to Over 5 Years for Kickback Scheme and Tax Fraud. The United States Attorney’s Office for the […]
December 28, 2019

Does Your Tax Attorney, CPA, Accountant, or Return Preparer Have a Conflict of Interest in Your Sales Tax or Income Tax Audit?

Does Your Tax Attorney, CPA, Accountant, or Tax Return Preparer Have a Conflict of Interest in Your Sales Tax or Income Tax Audit? A Tax Attorney […]
February 5, 2020
tax attorney riverside

Owner of DC-Area Tax Preparation Business Pleads Guilty to Fraud

A recent press release from the U.S. Department of Justice announced that Renita Jenifer, a return preparer located in District Heights, Maryland, pled guilty to aiding […]