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Archive for category White Collar Criminal

Updates in the Weil FBAR Tax Fraud Trial

Living in Florida has certain advantages. One of those is having a front row seat on almost daily fraud and tax evasion trials. There is no shortage of criminal defendants down here and then means plenty of opportunities to observe what makes these folks tick. For the last week we have been following the trial [...]

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New Details Emerge in Weil’s FBAR – Tax Fraud Trial

Raoul Weil is on trial for helping American customers of UBS evade U.S. income taxes. Unlike so many Swiss bankers before him, Weil didn’t take a plea deal. He says that although once the head of UBS’ private wealth division and a a member of the bank’s executive committee, he didn’t assist customers evade taxes [...]

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Trio Convicted of Medicare Fraud in Detroit

Medicare fraud is rampant. Tens of billions are lost each year in scams around the country. The victims of these scams are ultimately taxpayers and those truly needy people who are denied essential medical care. Because Medicare is a federally funded program, whistleblowers who report fraud can earn large cash awards from the government. The [...]

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NZB Exec to Testify in FBAR Conspiracy Trial

A former executive of Neue Zurcher Bank (NZB) has surrendered to U.S. marshals and is now expected to testify in the trial of Raoul Weil, a former senior officer of UBS. Weil was indicted in 2008 and charged with conspiracy to defraud the IRS after prosecutors say he helped American clients with Swiss accounts hide [...]

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On the Lam for 21 Years, Tax Fraud Suspect Heads to Prison

Francisco Legaspi was indicted in 1992 on three counts of aiding and assisting in the preparation of false tax returns. Three months later he pleaded guilty and agreed to come back to court in January 1993. 21 years later, he finally appeared after being arrested by Royal Canadian Mounted Police in Canada. Where was Legaspi [...]

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Oops, Wrong Number? Man Goes to Prison for Threatening IRS Agent

Being a revenue agent isn’t a fun job. Trust me, I know first hand. No one likes a visit from the “tax man” and very rarely do revenue agents tell folks they will be receiving a big check in the mail because of a mistake made on their return. It’s usually the opposite. Long days [...]

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Forensic Accountant Pleads Guilty to FBAR Violation

Howard Bloomberg is both a certified fraud examiner (CFE) and a forensic accountant. Today he adds another title to his resume, convicted felon. The U.S. Attorney in Atlanta, Georgia announced that Howard Bloomberg pleaded guilty to failure to file an FBAR form and report a Swiss bank account. For almost a decade, Bloomberg had an [...]

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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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