Accusations, insults and allegations are hurled back and forth between political parties during this heated election season. So it is nice to see politicians take a breather and pause, if only briefly, to agree on something.

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Rowen Seibel is probably not a household name, unless your household is fascinated by the exploits of reality TV's culinary icon Gordon Ramsay. He and Seibel are suing each other disagreements in their partnership in several restaurants.

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If you have an interest in or authority over a foreign bank account, trust, mutual fund or brokerage account that has more than $10,000 in it, you are required to file a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR) with the Internal Revenue...

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The Wall Street Journal notes that there are many legitimate reasons for Americans to put some of their assets into offshore accounts, including protection of those assets, privacy concerns and tax savings. However, offshore accounts come with...

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Last year, more than a million taxpayers filed a Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (FBAR). It should be noted that this year's deadline for filing a FBAR comes up on June 30.

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Muhammad Ali’s upset of Sonny Liston in the heavyweight boxing championship was one of the most memorable sporting events of the 20th century. After the bout, Ali shouted that he “shook up the world.” He was right.

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On April 3, journalists revealed blockbuster evidence that dozens of world leaders, public figures, celebrities and billionaires may have hidden assets offshore with the help of a Panamanian law firm called Mossack Fonseca and a network of big banks...

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American companies have done it. Why can’t you? It’s inversion, the tax-avoidance strategy used by Burger King, Medtronic and other giants to avoid paying the Internal Revenue Service. By merging with a foreign corporation, the U.S. companies can...

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For those residents who might have been keeping assets in the Cayman Islands comes some possibly unsettling news: the Department of Justice recently announced guilty pleas from Cayman National Securities Ltd. and Cayman National Trust Co. Ltd. The...

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No one knows exactly why record numbers of Americans are renouncing their citizenship. A recent article in Forbes floats a couple of theories, including the fact that the Internal Revenue Service now holds the power to revoke passports. Another...

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