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IRS and DOJ warn Bitcoin investors: Report or face consequences

The United States government takes tax evasion very seriously. Two separate agencies, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) Tax Division work to hold those who attempt to avoid their tax obligations accountable.

What is the mansion tax?

New York state legislature just agreed to increase the tax bill for high value properties in the state. The law, known as the “progressive mansion tax,” requires property owners that purchase a property with a value at or above $1 million to pay a larger tax bill.

New tax law, new tax bill? Options if you face tax debt.

Sweeping tax reform can be a good thing — or not. Many Americans throughout the country have found themselves facing a surprising and even unmanageable tax bill. What to do? In most cases, you should still file your tax returns. A failure to file can result in additional penalties and fees.

Jailtime and loss of property: Penalties for overdue taxes

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) can impose harsh penalties for those who fail to pay their tax obligations. Stories of the government agency sending people to jail and taking away property abound. But when can the government use these extreme measures and are these severe penalties common? This piece will answer these questions.

Real estate and the Qualified Income Business Deduction

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) includes a provision that allows qualifying business owners to take an income deduction (QBID). The vague language and complexity of the 20 percent pass-through deduction continues to cause frustration for business owners. Which business owners can take the deduction? Who cannot? This piece will focus on how this provision of the TCJA impacts those in the real estate business.

Three ways to reduce your tax bill

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act resulted in major tax reform. Savvy tax planners can make the most of these changes and take steps to reduce their tax obligations. Three specific examples include adjusting how you donate to charitable donations, making sure you can get certain business deductions and using tactics that work for your specific income bracket.

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