On the second day of 2020, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) helpfully announced that on January 27, 2020, it is open season on the 2019-2020 tax season.

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“Citizenship for investment,” does the term sound familiar?  The EU is cracking down on tax havens that put a price tag on citizenship.

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A tax gap is the difference between taxes that are owed and taxes that are actually paid.  For six Silicon Valley multinational companies, that gap is more than $100 billion according to a global tax watchdog.

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A report from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) suggests 40 percent of foreign direct investments are actually phantom.  Scary news for sure.

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Few people enjoy paying taxes, but some taxpayers avoid taxes, while others evade them—what’s the real difference?

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The Trump Administration is reportedly considering a business-friendly move to reopen the door to the migration of money to offshore destinations to reduce the tax burden of US companies.

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The latest report from the IRS shows about the same number of us are paying the taxes we owe, and about the same number are not.

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Claiming that he believed he was not required to file tax returns, a Nevada real estate broker is looking at some real time behind bars for his cheek.

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Filing false tax returns and failure to file reports on wealth held in foreign bank accounts netted a California businessman almost two years in prison.

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Just granted a brief bankruptcy litigation reprieve, the Sackler family is attempting to regroup after being identified as the moving force behind the American opioid epidemic that took approximately 47,000 lives in 2017 alone. On the hot seat for...

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