The Tax Justice Network released its 2019 Corporate Tax Haven index (CTHI).  The list highlights countries that strongly contribute to a “race to the bottom on corporate taxes.”

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Like Americans, some Canadians cannot stand a tax cheat. In fiscal year 2018, Canada Revenue, the federal tax agency of our neighbor to the north, received 32,157 anonymously volunteered tips.

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Tax schemes can only go on for so long. In May, an Alabama couple pled guilty to failing to pay employment taxes and failure to file personal income tax returns as well.

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Parents involved in the college admissions scandal are already looking at jail, ruined reputations, and devastated children. They may yet have another concern—charges of tax crime.

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Echoing its own marketing mantra, sportswear giant Nike is under investigation for taking advantage of illicit tax rulings granted by European countries to boost the already hefty sums Nike has stashed in tax havens outside the US.  The...

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Follow the breadcrumbs. Big Accounting (PwC) shuttles intellectual property for Big Services Company (Accenture) from high tax environment (Switzerland) to low-tax haven (Ireland), boosting the value of said IP by almost 600 percent ($1.2 billion to...

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After a year-long investigation, the European Union (EU) identified seven countries that it charges are behaving as tax havens.  All seven are members of the EU.

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Caught up in a lengthy investigation, Deutsche Bank is bracing for ongoing tax litigation over its role in a global money-laundering scam known as the “Russian Laundromat.”

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For many taxpayers, tax season is over. However, if your company or tax return is a complicated landscape, you may have yet to file.  What is your confidence level about the individual or business that is preparing your return?

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The long reach of the Panama Papers document leak toppled another executive after international tax fraud and money laundering allegations came to light.

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