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Hunter Biden Changes His Plea to Not Guilty

For several weeks now, it was expected that First Son Hunter Biden would plead guilty to his tax crimes to avoid a gun charge. However, this has recently changed after the judge assigned to the case said she needed more … Continue reading


No More Bird Logo – Elon Musk Rebrands Twitter to ‘X’

Since the year 2006, the iconic blue and white bird logo has been a large part of Twitter’s brand identity. This logo is where the term “Tweeting” even came from. However, Twitter’s new owner Elon Musk has just renamed the … Continue reading


IRS Will End Most Unannounced Taxpayer Visits

In what is said to be a major shift in policy, the Internal Revenue Service has announced that they will be ending most unannounced taxpayer visits. According to the agency, this change is being made in order to “reduce public … Continue reading


Summertime Tax Scams – DSJ Breakdown

Since the beginning of the summer, the Internal Revenue Service has been seeing a large increase in email and text message scam targeting U.S. taxpayers. These scams include including promising large tax refunds and offering speedy fixes to complicated tax … Continue reading


IRS Whistleblowers Say Hunter Biden Got Special Treatment

According to a pair of Special Agents that work for the Criminal Investigation Division of the IRS, the United States Justice Department gave First Son Hunter Biden preferential treatment when investigating his tax crimes. The two agents testified before the … Continue reading


U.S. Regulators Are Cracking Down on Telemarketing Scams & Robocalls

The Federal Trade Commission along with roughly 100 other State and Federal law enforcement officers are starting a crackdown known as Operation Stop Scam Calls. The announcement was made by the FTC last week, and they vowed to crack down … Continue reading


The U.S. and Roughly 140 Other Nations Are Closing in on Global Tax Deal

The United States, along with India and approximately 140 other nations around the world are closing in on making a global tax agreement. Particularly, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and India Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman have been working together closely … Continue reading


Will Threads Put Twitter Out of Business? DSJ Breakdown

Since Elon Musk purchased the social media platform Twitter in October of 2022, the company has struggled to grow and find its identity. When Musk decided to purchase this platform, he did it as a pioneer of free speech and … Continue reading


IRS Blunder – Incorrect Collection Notices Sent to Taxpayers in Disaster Areas

As it has been previously reported, taxpayers in FEMA-designated disaster areas were supposed to have more time to pay certain taxes owed. However, this has not stopped the IRS from mistakenly sending out collection notices in these areas, demanding … Continue reading


Three Major Tax Prep Firms Have Been Sharing Taxpayer Data with Meta & Google

According to a congressional report that was released last week, three major U.S. tax preparation firms have been sharing their client’s personal data with humungous tech companies such as Meta and Google. The call for an investigation into this … Continue reading