on behalf of Robert J. Fedor, Esq., L.L.C.

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In what is sure to be a long and winding road, the former king of Spain, Juan Carlos, has gone into exile for what appears to be concern over eventual prosecution for tax crimes.

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Most of us would not intentionally commit tax fraud. Being convicted of filing fraudulent tax returns can put a crimp in your professional life, not to mention the possibility of going to prison. Yet, some people commit tax crime without even...

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For just a little while, about 150 businesses and taxpayers in Rhode Island held a little bit of the Magic Kingdom in their hands. Their tax refund checks were co-signed by none other than the Big Mouse himself, Mickey Mouse, and his creator Walt...

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If you have not received your tax refund, or it arrived late, you are not alone.

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The circumstances around the arrest of a San Jose man tells a story of several common tax crimes rolled into one complicated narrative.

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The pressure on Big Tech to pay big taxes is global. Even as multinational companies battle allegations of tax fraud in Europe, countries in Southeast Asia are moving to claim their share of the digital pie.

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After politicians and profiteers sacked a Malaysian investment fund, Goldman Sachs is now paying the shortfall—and trying to avoid criminal tax charges in the United States.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently unveiled its traditional Dirty Dozen Scam list.Let’s take a look.

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After a long-running EU tax litigation, a recent decision strikes down an earlier ruling requiring that Apple pay almost $15 billion in taxes because of its preferential tax relationship with Ireland.

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Tax crime is timeless. As long as there are taxes, there will be methods and modes—some legal, some illegal, and some by accident—that are used to work around tax regulations. Sometimes, current events provide us the opportunity to sketch how...

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