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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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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The scandal plaguing Danish Bank Danske took the life of the CEO at the helm, when the bank was used to launder an alleged $220 billion in funds from Russia and Eastern Europe.

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A weekly reality television show airing since 2014 brought fame and fortune to the Chrisley family.  They recently made another appearance—in court—pleading not guilty to charges leveled in a federal grand jury indictment.

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Mega-online retailer Amazon grabbed the spotlight and a victory over the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on a disputed $1.5 billion tax bill.

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Healthcare is big business—and so is health care fraud.  Just ask a Mississippi woman facing 15 years in prison after admitting to a complicated prescription drug fraud.

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Each year the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) lays out its top 12 worst-of-the-worst scams for the year.  And each year, we take a look at what is catching the attention of our federal tax agency.

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