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Quiet Disclosures and Audit Risks – “Sneaking in the Back Door”

Millions of taxpayers are now finding out that they should have been reporting their foreign bank accounts for years. Some do nothing and hope they won’t get caught, some seek legal assistance while others think a quiet disclosure will solve their problems. This post looks at the audit risks of the many folks who opt [...]

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Family of Slain SEAL Glen Doherty Seeks Damages

The family of former Navy SEAL Glen Doherty has filed a claim against the U.S. State Department and Central Intelligence Agency claiming inadequate security at the US Consulate in Benghazi, Libya. As we have previously reported in June, the State Department Inspector General concluded that “none of the six security contractors selected for review fully [...]

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QROPS – New Options For UK Pensioners Moving to the US

According to an article published this week by IFC Review, those with UK pensions hoping to retire in the United States may now have a legitimate option to avoid their pension benefits being swallowed up by the IRS. The relief comes by way of Malta and a new double taxation agreement between Malta and the [...]

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Great News for Whistleblowers

September 2008. The housing and financial markets were in a tailspin. Lehman Brothers had just filed for bankruptcy. In a month, the government would be doling out tens of billions of dollars to troubled banks through the TARP program. In certain ways, we have come along way but in others respects, it is still business [...]

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IRS Publishes New PFIC Guidance

Offshore reporting is a hot topic these days. Most of the inquiries we receive concern FBARs and reporting offshore accounts. Sometimes, however, we get asked about foreign real estate reporting, foreign gifts and Passive Foreign Investment Companies (PFIC’s). Recently the IRS released Notice 2014-51,  also known as “Section 1298(f) Reporting Requirements for U.S. Persons that [...]

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Where Are They Now? Anderson Scott Hall

We received a phone call this week from an interested party in the Anderson Scott Hall prosecution. The caller wanted to know what ever happened to Mr. Hall. Great question. According to the clerk for the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida, Anderson Hall (a/k/a Scott Hall) is cooling his heals in [...]

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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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Court Says Bank Must Respond to IRS Levy Notice IMMEDIATELY

We all know that the IRS isn’t particularly known for its speed. Audits can drag on for months while criminal investigations can drag on for years. File an IRS whistleblower claim and it isn’t unusual for things to take 7 years or more. So how fast must a bank or other business respond to an [...]

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