IRS Terror Tales

Wesley Snipes’ Lowball Offer in Compromise Rejected in Tax Court

Wesley Snipes was once best known for his work as an actor, particularly for his role as the vampire-hunting Marvel superhero, Blade. Unfortunately, when Snipes makes headlines these days, it’s usually due to his ongoing tax battle with the IRS.


IRS Terror Tale of the Month

They say only two things in life are absolutely certain: death and taxes. Attempting to avoid the latter yielded difficult life lessons for a former investment advisor booked for wire fraud and tax evasion. You know you’re in trouble when cheating death seems like the better option. No happy…


IRS Terror Tale of the Month - Cheating IRS and Employees

Owner of S&S Drywall, Stephen Gregory Nagy thought he was being quite inventive when he came up with his scheme to not only cheat the IRS but also his employees back in 2010. After the IRS assessed his company, they determined that Nagy owed more than $480,000 in unpaid federal employment…


IRS Terror Tale of the Month

“Like father like son” the saying goes, but for the Pflueger family, maybe that’s not such a good thing. Father, James Pflueger, and son, Charles Alan Pflueger own Pacific Honda (formerly Pflueger Honda), one of the biggest car dealerships in Honolulu. While they might know how to wheel and deal on…