Tag Archives: fraud

Tax Resolution Attorney John P. Willis, Reviews IRS Tax Filing And Payment Extensions For Hurricane Damaged Areas, Updates On Scams And Other Human Thievery

Tax resolution attorney John Willis, CEO and founder of IRSALLSTAR, provides a brief overview of the IRS extensions provided in the wake of Hurricanes Michael and Florence, talks about the IRS’s efforts at foiling thieves and reviews other scams. Fairhope, AL, November 1, 2018: Tax Attorney John Willis, CEO and… Read more »

Accountant Gary Kane Discusses How to be on the Lookout for Refund & Recovery Scams

Gary Kane, Owner and Managing Partner of Kane Forensic Accounting, details how scammers take advantage of people who have already been scammed. Orlando, FL – October 20, 2016 – Gary Kane, Owner and Managing Partner of Kane Forensic Accounting, an Orlando forensic accounting firm, recently published a blog titled “Scammers… Read more »

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury Offers Tax Tips for Anyone Tying the Knot this Summer.

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics”, provides a list of basic tax related matters that every couple would be wise to address and take care of to make their financial and tax transition from single to… Read more »

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury Says Taxing Gambling Winnings is Risky Business for the IRS.

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics” writes about an IRS proposal to lower the winning threshold to $600 from $1200 in casinos that promises to be a burden for everyone especially the IRS. St Genevieve, MO,… Read more »

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury Reviews Taxpayer Bill of Rights Enhancement Act of 2015.

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics”, presents an overview of proposed legislation that, if passed, would be beneficial to taxpayers who owe the IRS money, in addition to providing all taxpayers protection from abusive IRS actions…. Read more »

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury Says IRS To Help Identity Theft Victims Instead of Criminals

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics reports on a change in IRS Identity Theft Policy that finally helps the taxpayers by releasing fraudulent tax returns to the victims thus relieving the stress of being victimized twice.

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury, Says IRS Gives Violated Taxpayers Free Credit Monitoring.

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics” acknowledges that the IRS rarely gives anything away, though it’s the least they can do for the 104,000 taxpayers whose identities were stolen through the IRS Get Transcript application.

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury Says IRS Needs Help Breaking the Bad Habit of the Bank Secrecy Act.

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics compares the IRS to a spoiled, petulant child resistant to changing its ways when it comes to the Bank Secrecy Act. Though he believes progress is being made.

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury Says IRS is Still Seizing Funds from Innocent Citizens.

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics” says that the government is slow to change even though the IRS said it would not target innocent citizens in their Civil Asset Seizure program.

Tax Resolution Expert, Attorney Lance Drury Attempts to Help Taxpayers Avoid Dishonest Tax Preparers.

Tax resolution attorney Lance Drury, founder of the Law Firm of Lance R. Drury, and best selling author of “Successonomics” shares a story about a tax prepared being indicted for fraud in 482 cases and says that the taxpayers may also be accused of perjury.