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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Micro-captive tax shelters are not popular with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).  What are they and what is the problem with micro-captives?

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In a widely-viewed NFL Superbowl game, Shakira and Jennifer Lopez delivered a glittering, energetic halftime show.  While both entertainers dazzled, offstage, Shakira remains dogged by allegations of tax fraud.

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Tax fraud and money laundering is a global problem.  One idea to tackle the issue is a Global Asset Registry.  What is it?

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Allegations of tax fraud, non-disclosure of assets in foreign bank accounts, and tax crime form the basis of agreements between the Department of Justice (DOJ) and three Swiss banks.

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As the 2020 tax season moves into full swing, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has been working hard to take fraudulent tax returns off the table.  How? By going after tax preparers who commit tax fraud.

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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 recent case from the Department of Justice (DOJ) offers an opportunity to revisit the importance of paying over employment taxes to the IRS—and the consequences if you don’t.

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