About Benjamin Roussey

Benjamin Roussey is from Sacramento, CA. He has an MBA and served four years in the US Navy. His bachelor’s degree is from CSUS (1999) and it is in Criminal Justice. He worked for the Sacramento County Public Defender’s Office and Juvenile Hall. Now he is a freelance writer in the Phoenix area and has been one for many years. He writes on several topics.

How can a Tax Lawyer Help Me Deal with the IRS

Hiring a tax lawyer in Dallas, TX is a wise thing to do if you need to review your IRS account. It is not uncommon when you might be entitled to refunds that you have failed to collect. Receiving an assessment letter from the IRS indicates that you owe them money.


By |February 1st, 2017|Tax News|0 Comments

What every Tax Payer must Know about Tax Fraud

The IRS makes every effort to detect tax refund fraud but this will not happen as much it has been happening since Trump’s economy will disintegrate Obama’s economy so people will feel they do not have to cheat to maintain financial decency. The economy is set to surge in 2017 and be outstanding in 2018 as well and so on.


By |January 31st, 2017|Tax News|0 Comments

Man from New Berlin Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud and Receives Sentence

A 40 year old man from New Berlin who has been identified as David Swanson has pleaded guilty to the crime of tax fraud, more specifically, three counts of misdemeanor filing false tax returns and has been told his punishments for the same, as reported by fox6now.com.


By |January 30th, 2017|Tax News|0 Comments

New Haven, CT Tax Lawyers

For the most part, tax season always makes everyone scramble for ways to save money. However, there are several things that can be done to ease the burden of taxes, and it all starts with being diligent all year round, according to legal tax counselors.


By |January 6th, 2017|Tax News|0 Comments

“Amazon Tax” Law of Colorado Upheld by US Supreme Court

The Amazon tax law which went to the Supreme Court has been ruled on by the Supreme Court recently, as reported by krdo.com.

According to Colorado tax lawyers and there is no one better in this field than Semler & Associates, P.C. who know how to deal with the IRS with acumen, the Supreme Court has decided to uphold the Amazon tax law which means that Colorado residents will in fact have to pay a certain tax when the shop online and make purchases from outside of Colorado.


By |January 3rd, 2017|Tax News|0 Comments

Pueblo Woman Indicted on Wire and Tax Fraud

46 year old Kimberly Pitts from Pueblo has been indicted on wire fraud and falsification of a tax return, according to Colorado’s US Attorney’s Office. She was charged with pilfering almost $800,000 from her employer and diverting business funds meant for the Associates of Gastroenterology, Professional Corporation, for personal her personal use.


By |December 30th, 2016|Tax News|0 Comments

VesCor Ponzi Devastation Case Finally comes to a Conclusion a Decade Later

Let us being with the story of the Vincents, the couple was first introduced to the supposed investment idea at a time when they were desperate for money. Alan Vincent’s leg depended on it, and without the money, they would quite simply have no other option but to have the infected leg amputated.


By |December 29th, 2016|Tax News|0 Comments

Colorado Tax Lawyers

As a business owner, it is your duty to file your tax return and pay your tax dues. The US tax code is one of the most complex codes (which will soon be less complicated which is fantastic!) which increases the likelihood of errors cropping up when you file your tax returns. When the IRS does find something unusual with your tax return, they may send you a notice.


By |December 28th, 2016|Tax News|0 Comments

Kentucky Tax Lawyers

For the most part, filing your tax returns isn’t something that ought to intimidate you. With the help of an expert or with a few precautions there are several ways to reduce your tax bill. Whether it is your income, real estate, sale of goods and services, or estate planning, you need to be able to deal with taxes diligently, say leading tax lawyers in Kentucky.


By |December 21st, 2016|Tax News|0 Comments

Tax Officials Say Change Necessary for Tax Fraud Prevention in the State of Georgia

Tax officials from Georgia have said that operational and administrative changes are critical in order to prevent the rampant tax fraud that the state has seen in recent years. It will take as long as three months in order to phase out the current procedures and gradually incorporate and make effective the proposed changes in order to tackle tax fraud, as reported by ajc.com.


By |December 19th, 2016|Tax News|0 Comments

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