If you fail to fully report your income to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), you could be heading for tax troubles ahead.

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In the second largest penalty obtained by the Department of Justice, Israel’s sprawling Bank Hapoalim admitted to a systemic program whereby its officials and branches laundered money and actively helped US taxpayers set up offshore tax accounts to...

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While talking big and selling fake facts may not raise eyebrows today, Michael Cooper, founder of The Tax People, made big news for a short time selling tax fraud in the late 1990’s. Convicted of criminal tax fraud, Mr. Cooper went to federal prison...

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Anytime is a good time for a tax scam, but fraudsters often take special advantage of periods of high economic or community instability.

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A Miami business man will spend two years in prison and still owe a tax bill of almost $10 million.  There has to be a better way.

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While some may glaze over at the thought of another annual report, the latest report from the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Unit (IRS CI) offers a little something extra—a backward glance at 100 years of tax crime fighting since...

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Avoiding allegations of tax crime is important for anyone—especially business owners or high asset individuals who are more likely to become targets of an IRS criminal investigation.  When we talk about “criminal tax matters,” what do we mean? ...

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It usually starts with a letter, and it goes downhill after that.  Not to upset you, but if you receive an audit notification from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), act now and relax later.  Let’s talk about why.

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Vancouver, British Columbia (BC) is known for its setting between mountain and sea, and for the rampant overgrowth that has made the city friendly to all manner of tax crime.

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A leading expert on global money laundering took his research just a little too seriously—and could face up to 20 years in prison for it.

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