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Archive for category White Collar Criminal

If Brains Were Taxed, He Might Get A Refund…(Tax Evasion Post)

In March of this year we wrote about Timothy Jackson, a Mississippi surgeon indicted for tax evasion. The feds claimed Dr. Jackson had not paid taxes since 2004 after he took a vow of poverty. They say, however, that his vow of poverty was nonsense. Apparently the jury agreed; Jackson was convicted of all charges [...]

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Feds Indict 6 in $500 Million Offshore FATCA Fraud Case

Federal prosecutors in Brooklyn indicted 6 men and 6 businesses in a far reaching international case alleging a $500 million fraud. Charges included conspiracy to commit securities fraud, tax fraud, and money laundering. According to a statement from the Justice Department, the tax fraud charges stem from the recently enacted Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act [...]

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NY Man Arrested for Tax Fraud and TARP Fraud

A Westchester, New York man was arrested and charged with tax fraud and other crimes in connection with a sophisticated mortgage scam that allowed him to obtain $146 million from 3 banks. Published reports say that Selim Zherka was charged with tax fraud, wire fraud, witness tampering and bank fraud. Because one of the banks [...]

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Tax Evasion and Shell Companies

The world is becoming more transparent by the day. As more banks and governments exchange financial information, thousands of innocent folks are getting caught in government drag nets designed to identify those with unreported offshore accounts. “Innocent”? Yes, most of the folks we encounter are dual nationals, foreign born Americans, expats living overseas or hard [...]

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Darwinism & Tax Evasion – How To Go to Jail in a Few Easy Steps

Nobody likes paying taxes. But since most of us pay our taxes, we dislike those that don’t even more. There is always a small percentage of folks will try to outsmart the system by engaging in some form of tax evasion. Many get caught. Believe it or not, most of the ones that get caught [...]

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Loan Officer Gets 10 Years for Tax Evasion and Embezzlement Scheme

Walter Fox lived a life of luxury. Over a period of 16 years, he spent approximately $8.2 million on his family. What did Fox do for a living? He was a loan officer at Key Bank. Before sending resumes to Key in hopes of landing such a high paying job, understand that Fox is spending [...]

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“Roll Your Own” Scheme Leads to Cigarette Tax Evasion Charges

(The author of this post suggests listening to the 1960’ folk legend Hoyt Axton’s Roll Your Own while reading this post.) This post comes courtesy of the Wisconsin Department of Revenue which announced this week charges against two men for cigarette tax evasion. After reading the DOR’s press release, I suspect we will be seeing [...]

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Tax Evasion Charge Raises $13k Tax Bill to $119k

Once upon a time, Sawtantar Singh Jaspal of Tracy, California had a great job as a manager of Dorfman-Pacific, a wholesale hat maker. Jaspal apparently wasn’t satisfied with his salary so he decided to embezzle $277,079.81 from the company according to charges filed by the San Joaquin District Attorney’s Office. Cops arrested Jamal at his [...]

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Criminalizing Banking Misbehavior – Government Extortion or Leniency?

2014 has been a record year for settlements between the Justice Department and corporate America. The capstone, of course, is the recent settlement between DOJ and Bank of America. That deal comes in at a record $16.65 billion and isn’t the first time this year that America’s favorite “too big to fail” bank had to [...]

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Black Flag! Racetrack Owner Arrested for Tax Evasion

Tax evaders are frequently prosecuted but rarely are they arrested. Like many white-collar criminals, they are often given a summons and order to appear in court. Not in Cecil, Georgia.  According to reports published by the Valdosta Daily Times, the co-owner of a racetrack was arrested by agents of the Georgia Department of Revenue and [...]

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