Latest Corporate tax Stories

2013-05-10 23:00:25

Sherri Gastelum: Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill is not the only celebrity to be hit with an IRS bill for taxes, according to a May 7, 2013 CNBC report (“Is Lauryn Hill Being Singled Out Among Tax Evaders?”), though she is one of the few openly comparing taxes to slavery, according to a May 7, 2013 Accounting Today article (“Fugees Singer Lauryn Hill Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion”). Platinum Tax Defenders reports on recent high-profile IRS action, and suggests...

2013-04-25 23:03:26

Sherri Gastelum: According to Accounting Web, those who file taxes may have heaved a sigh of relief too soon. Platinum Tax Defenders outlines some reasons why taxpayers might want to consult a tax resolution firm with a tax attorney in case of IRS notices. Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) April 25, 2013 Even though taxpayers have sent in the majority of personal and business taxes, this doesn't necessarily mean that the IRS will accept everything. Accounting Web listed out a number of...

2013-04-03 23:01:25

Dina Shapiro, Senior Vice President, Head of Global Tax, American Express, New York, NY is an authority on international corporate tax matters for financial services organizations. She is an extraordinarily talented executive manager of a global tax organization. (PRWEB) April 03, 2013 TaxConnections announced today the addition of Dina Shapiro, Senior Vice President, Head of Global Tax, with American Express in New York, NY as a member of the Worldwide Directory of Tax Professionals. Ms....

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