During the 2017 tax season, the MD Comptroller suspended a total of 54 tax preparers who have been involved in potentially fraudulent behavior. Among the suspicious activities are: -Business income reported when taxpayers did not own a business. -Refund amounts requested much higher than previous year tax returns. -Inflated and [...]
On May 5th Glen E. Frost wrote a letter, on behalf of the American Citizens Abroad, to IRS Commissioner John Koskinen in regards to private collection firms based in the United States collecting debts of U.S. taxpayers with foreign addresses.
In 2015 the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act ("FAST Act") was established to provide long-term funding for surface transportation infrastructure planning and investment. Included in this new law was a section allowing the State Department to refuse to issue or renew a passport for a seriously delinquent taxpayer. The new [...]