Fox attorneys Ian M. Comisky and Matthew D. Lee will be speaking on criminal tax enforcement panels at the Federal Bar Association’s 2019 Tax Law Conference to be held on
Continue Reading Fox Rothschild Attorneys to Speak at Federal Bar Association’s 2019 Tax Law Conference

The State of Minnesota has joined the growing list of states that are criminally prosecuting business owners for using “zapper” programs to commit tax evasion.  Yesterday the Minnesota Department of
Continue Reading Minnesota Joins Widening Crackdown on “Zappers” With Announcement of State’s First Criminal Convictions for Using Sales Suppression Devices

The Internal Revenue Service has announced that the nation’s tax season will begin on Monday, January 29, 2018. As is typically the case, the annual opening of tax season is
Continue Reading With Tax Season Fast Approaching, IRS Secures Guilty Plea in High-Profile Tax Case Involving Reality TV Star “The Situation”

BNA’s Michael J. Bologna and Paul Shukovsky have written a comprehensive article about a pervasive problem facing state tax auditors:  the use by restaurants and other cash-intensive businesses of electronic
Continue Reading BNA Reports That Tax-Zapping Software Costs States $21 Billion in Taxes Annually

The Justice Department revealed its latest offshore bank resolution by announcing that it had entered into a non-prosecution agreement with a Swiss asset management firm called Prime Partners. This means

Continue Reading Justice Department’s Latest Offshore Bank Resolution Confirms Value of Self-Disclosure and Voluntary Remediation by At-Risk Foreign Institutions

Connecticut’s Department of Revenue Services (DRS) has arrested and charged a New Haven restauranteur with various offenses for using sales tax suppression software. According to a press release announcing the
Continue Reading Connecticut Announces Arrest of Restaurant Owner for Using “Zapper” Tax Suppression Software