Vic Hartman, former Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation and friend of IAG, details ten of the most common COVID-19 related frauds in his most recent blog post. Click here to read the full article.

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The outbreak of the coronavirus has greatly altered the global economic landscape.  The repercussions of this pandemic have been felt immediately and will be felt months, possibly even years from now.  Aside from the very personal effects of this pandemic being felt globally, which are too numerous to list here, businesses have been forced by…

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For complete information about the Paycheck Protection Program and other assistance for small businesses, visit the Treasury Dept. website at:  https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/top-priorities/cares-act/assistance-for-small-businesses IAG has developed an Excel spreadsheet to help small businesses document their payroll costs for the Paycheck Protection Program.  If you are interested in obtaining a copy of the Excel spreadsheet at NO COST,…

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Even though two years have passed since Jeff and Joseph Carr were convicted of stealing millions of dollars from elderly Cobb County woman, Frances Perkins, their case is still being mentioned in the local newspaper. On February 25th, the AJC published an article describing this case and explaining why so many lawmakers are advocating for new ways to help protect…

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IAG recently noted a handy article posted by tax attorney, Anthony Rollins, on Wagner, Johnston & Rosenthal’s website. Anthony (“A.J.”) summarized the tax court’s consideration of a question often asked in other litigation – is that shareholder loan really a distribution? A.J. included several aspects of the loan that the court evaluated. It’s a useful reference list.…

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