Large multinational tech companies are the focus of new tax rules being negotiated by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).

Read More

Against an ongoing debate over digital tax, tech giant Google paid France just over $1 billion to settle long-simmering claims of tax fraud.

Read More

Caught up in the ongoing IRS Swiss Bank Program investigation of undeclared foreign assets, Zurich Life Insurance Company agreed to pay the US $5.1 million to settle claims of offshore tax fraud.

Read More

While tax crimes are committed at all income levels, the media mainly focuses on tax controversies of the rich and famous. Well-known athletes are often rich and famous, ensuring them headlines when facing tax litigation. Soccer players are included.

Read More

The Paradise Papers strike again. One of the world’s largest companies lost a court battle over the release of tax secrets exposed in the Paradise Papers document leak.

Read More

It started with the discovery of false income tax returns. By August 2019, eight officials of United Auto Workers and Fiat Chrysler had been sentenced—and the investigation continues.

Read More

Just granted a brief bankruptcy litigation reprieve, the Sackler family is attempting to regroup after being identified as the moving force behind the American opioid epidemic that took approximately 47,000 lives in 2017 alone. On the hot seat for...

Read More

For a specific group of expatriates, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) recently announced new procedures for clearing out old tax debt.

Read More

A vacation paradise, the small island of Mauritius has rainforest, waterfalls, idyllic beaches, and plenty of shade for offshore tax fraud.

Read More

 

In what is being deemed "the largest health care fraud scheme charged by the U.S. Justice department", the owner of a south Florida health care facility was sentenced to 20 years in prison earlier this month for a decades-long fraud scheme....

Read More