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Most Swiss banks participating in the US Department of Justice (DOJ) amnesty program seek extension to disclose

By April 30, 2014, unless granted a 60-day extension, all Swiss banks participating in the US Department of Justice (DOJ) amnesty program will be required to provide substantial client information on its US account holders.  We have previously posted on

IRS’ first-time penalty abatement administrative waiver (FTA)

12 years ago the IRS created the first-time penalty abatement administrative waiver (FTA), which allows typically compliant individual and business taxpayers to request abatement, or removal, of certain penalties that the IRS has assessed against them for the first time. In

IRS issues new information document request (IDR) directives

The IRS’ Large Business & International division has issued a series of directives that streamline its information document request (IDR) process by establishing stricter deadlines and requiring the agency to issue highly specific information requests. A copy of the IRS’