Family Hardships & Tax Problems

Personal hardships, such as the death of family member or spouse, can cause significant tax problems for individuals. The mental stress and anguish often causes taxpayers to neglect their tax obligations, leading to unfiled returns or unpaid tax debt...

Criminal Investigation of Unfiled or Fraudulent Tax Returns

Taxpayers with unfiled or fraudulent tax returns can be at a high risk of IRS criminal investigation. A non-filer who is an attorney, doctor, professional, business owner or an individual in a high-income bracket, who has a pattern of non-filing, or...

FAFSA & Unfiled Returns

The FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) requires that the applicant, often the parent of a prospective or current student, have filed a federal income tax return for the current year, unless an extension has been filed or gross income is...

Attorney-Client Privilege

Maintaining an attorney-client privilege can often be vital in protecting clients and their interests in difficult tax situations.  Certified Public Accountants and Enrolled Agents have a limited privilege with clients under U.S. law, but this only e...