secure usa casinos secure usa casinos new slot machines new usa online slots no download blackjack for cash online blackjack real money usa best mac online casino mac online casinos top online casinos 2013 best online casinos best online casino payouts fastest payouts casinos roulette casinos accepting us players online roulette for real money play slot machines for money play slot machines for money online casino payment options secure online casino deposit methods online casinos that accept us credit card deposits online casino accepting us credit cards play online slot casinos play slot machines http://asb.cgiar.org/Gen2/about_us/online-casino...... play casino slots online reputable online slots reputable casino http://asb.cgiar.org/Gen2/about_us/sign-up-bonuses.html usa casino sign up bonus online casinos that accept mastercard us online casino mastercard

Archive for category Tax

Is the IRS Whistleblower Program a Failure?

Several years ago, I authored a feature article for the Journal of Accountancy on the IRS Whistleblower program. When the article was written in 2009, Congress had recently amended the law and many folks in the whistleblower community had high hopes for the program. Five years later and the program is faltering. While the IRS [...]

No Comments

FBAR Required for Offshore Online Gaming Accounts

Online gaming is technically illegal. The Interstate Wire Act of 1961 prohibits interstate gaming but that law was passed long before the Internet became the place of choice for many gamblers. Tens of thousands of Americans now play blackjack, poker and other games online.  Because of US laws prohibiting internet gambling, the gaming site are [...]

No Comments

Honduras Signs FATCA

With a July 1st deadline just weeks away, many countries are finally signing agreements with the U.S. Treasury to implement FATCA.  Two weeks ago, Honduras joined the quickly growing list. The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act – FATCA for short – was passed by Congress in 2010 as a method of increasing financial transparency and [...]

No Comments

FATCA and Foreign Investment Funds

With key FATCA reporting dates just 2 weeks away, many foreign investment and mutual funds are getting worried about their IRS reporting obligations. Much of the popular media has been focused on foreign bank accounts but funds have reporting obligations too. In order to better understand these obligations, some brief background is necessary. FATCA is [...]

No Comments

Atkins Diet Co-Author Convicted of Tax Evasion – Loan App Was Cause

People with severe tax problems come from all walks of life. We have seen criminal tax prosecutions against the very poor who  claim phony earned income tax credits. Often, however, those who are prosecuted are folks who can easily afford to pay taxes.  This post is about a famous obesity doctor who co-authored a best [...]

No Comments

Lawyer Charged With Tax Evasion

A Cleveland lawyer was charged with tax evasion after the IRS claimed he failed to pay income taxes for several years.  The IRS says that between 2006 and 2011, Ronald Rosenfield, withheld $197,000 in taxes from wages at his law firm but never turned over the money to the IRS. According to published reports, Rosenfield [...]

No Comments

FATCA Forms Still Not Ready

One week ago we quoted IRS Commissioner John Koskinen who said the rollout of FATCA was likely to have “glitches”. Notwithstanding a critical Treasury watchdog report questioning the readiness of the IRS, Commissioner Koskinen promised that his agency would be ready. One week later and we are beginning to question just how ready. FATCA is [...]

No Comments

FATCA – “There Will Be Glitches” (Tax Lawyer Post)

Speaking at a recent tax conference, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told the audience that there will be “inevitable glitches” in the new FATCA reporting system. The system is designed to process massive amounts of data from foreign banks, brokerage firms and insurance companies. FATCA – short for the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act – enters [...]

No Comments

New FBAR Indictment – Nominee Accounts Alleged (Tax Lawyer Post)

Victor Lipukhin is a Russian national who is also a U.S. green card holder. His business accomplishments are many and include serving as president of Severstal USA, a steel company headquartered in Elgin, United States. He also ran several property leasing companies in the Chicago area. Now Lipukhin has something new to add to his [...]

No Comments

Pakistan Closer to FATCA Deal With US – FBAR Lawyer Post

The government of Pakistan is one step closer to inking a deal with the United States Treasury to enforce FATCA, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act.  Passed by Congress in 2010, FATCA aims to curb offshore tax evasion. The law has been widely criticized worldwide yet most countries are expected to join and the G20 [...]

No Comments

android surveillance software mobile phone spy software android slots real money play slots no download real money