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Regulators Crack Down on Mortgage Servicers

Mortgage Professional America reports that regulators are focusing their attention on mortgage servicers. Concerns range from liquidity issues to improper loan modification procedures to complaints about unauthorized and excessive fees. MPA reports that the Federal Housing Finance Agency plans to roll out new risk management guidelines after Thanksgiving. They fear that some servicers are showing [...]

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Tax Evasion, Dead Kids and Dishonest Lawyers

Over the years we have posted many tax evasion stories. Most involve taxpayers who get in over their heads and soon find themselves in deep trouble. They aren’t necessarily bad people, just people who made a mistake or got a bit greedy. Then there is 71-year-old Lloyd Irving Taylor, now headed to prison for the [...]

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Thank You Whistleblowers

The results are in and they are fantastic. The U.S. Department of Justice collected $24,000,000.00 in FY 2014. (The government’s fiscal year ended on September 30th.) While some of that money represents criminal fines and forfeitures, much of it was generated by whistleblowers and the federal False Claims Act, a Civil War era law that [...]

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Hong Kong Signs FATCA Pact

The U.S. Treasury Department has confirmed that Hong Kong has signed an agreement to report certain financial account information directly to the IRS. Under the 2010 FATCA law (Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act), foreign banks must review their accounts and report any accounts with ties to the United States. Banks that fail to comply are [...]

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There is a New Sheriff In Town – YOU (Whistleblowers Post)

Healthcare fraud has become so rampant that earlier this year the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”) announced that it had to impose a moratorium on new healthcare providers in certain markets. It was the second time regulators became so concerned with fraud that they had to resort to such a drastic remedy. A [...]

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County Clerk Says Tax Evasion Charges Racially Motivated

Wayne County, Michigan is the home of Detroit, the state’s largest city. In recent years, the city and county have suffered greatly. There is Detroit’s historic 15 month bankruptcy, the erosion of its tax base, declining population and the highest murder rate in the country. What the community doesn’t need is its elected county clerk [...]

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Another Swiss Banker Indicted! – FBAR Post

Raoul Weil, former number 3 banker at UBS – Not Guilty! Shokrollah Baravarian, retired Senior Vice President at Mizrahi Tefahot Bank Ltd – Not Guilty! Have these two back-to-back acquittals slowed down the IRS and U.S. Department of Justice? Apparently not. An indictment was just unsealed in Manhattan against Martin Dunki, a former Senior Vice President [...]

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Medicare Fraud, Whistleblowers and Patient Recruiters

Since 2007, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services “HEAT” Task Force has indicted over 1000 people for Medicare fraud. The heroes in these cases are whistleblowers; concerned physicians, billing clerks and other insiders who are sick and tired of watching others rip off taxpayers and the government. Corrupt hospital administrators doctors and clinic [...]

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Bank Fraud Post – Big Banks Too Big To Serve?

Earlier this week, regulators fined big banks, again. This time $4.3 billion against 6 big banks for trying to manipulate the $5 trillion daily currency exchange market known as forex. The banks fined in this latest round of enforcement actions are RBS (The Royal Bank of Scotland), UBS, HSBC, JPMorgan Chase, Citibank and our perennial [...]

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IRS – OPR: Should Convicted Felons Prepare Tax Returns?

The IRS’ Office of Professional Responsibility (OPR) has lost several key court cases recently. OPR, for those who have never heard of the agency, is charged with ensuring that tax preparers and tax practitioners adhere to high professional standards and follow the law. OPR’s clout has been seriously reduced by a recent series of court cases. [...]

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