Multinationals continue to earn big and leave tax obligations behind, according to a group aimed at reducing international tax evasion.

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The long arm of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) tagged a Dutch tax professional in Italy for return to the U.S. to face charges of tax fraud involving high-net-worth celebrities.

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There are a number of celebrities in the U.S. who have paid the price for tax evasion and tax fraud, including Martha Stewart, Willie Nelson, Alex Baldwin, and Nicolas Cage (with Hunter Biden’s eventual fate still in the offing). It seems that the...

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In 2021, a document trove containing approximately 11.9 million records was leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ). Dubbed the “Pandora Papers,” disclosure of the documents continues to disrupt the opaque world of...

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You traveled to Europe and decided to stay—or you have lived abroad for a long time and are happy that way.  Whatever your circumstance, if you are a “U.S. person” living abroad, U.S. taxes apply to you too.

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The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has a longstanding interest in the pursuit and prosecution of those who commit tax fraud through offshore tax dodges. The National Taxpayer Advocate recently reviewed how the IRS and the courts consider penalties...

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Maybe it was a payroll tax issue that got away from you. For some, it is foreign bank accounts used but not reported. Or—a large-scale tax fraud and you are just tired of looking over your shoulder for the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Are you...

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Concealment of assets, shell companies, and $32 billion in assets. All the trappings of significant tax fraud, but the responsible party in this scheme is a church.

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Each year, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reminds U.S. taxpayers who have funds in foreign bank accounts to file a report to identify and place a value on those accounts. The report is called a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts...

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The U.S. Supreme Court handed the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) a loss in a case related to penalties for nonwillful failure to file an FBAR.

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