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Posts Tagged Minneapolis tax lawyer

FBAR Post – US Swiss Tax Deal Imminent

There have been many false starts in the long battle between the IRS and proponents of Swiss banking secrecy. Even after both Swiss banks and the Swiss finance ministry caved to pressure from Washington, the Swiss parliament stepped in to prevent the banks from making wholesale disclosures to the IRS. Now a deal between the [...]

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Is The US The Ultimate Tax Haven? (FATCA Post)

Ask most Americans to identify the top so-called tax havens and you will hear Switzerland, the Cayman Islands, Singapore and maybe Liechtenstein. The answer from the experts, however, may shock you. Captive Review magazine says Great Britain and the United States are the easiest countries to set up “puppet” or nominee entities. With the implementation [...]

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“We’re Not Collecting Taxes At Gunpoint…” IRS Criminal Investigations Post

The title of this story comes from a great quote carried by WSB TV in Atlanta on Thursday. Josh Waite, head of Georgia Revenue Department’s special investigation unit said, “It’s a law enforcement agency. We’re not collecting taxes at gunpoint but we are going after the criminals that are stealing tax dollars.” Waite was talking [...]

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Payroll Firm Really A Ponzi Scheme? Tax Fraud Post

by Brian Mahany Although we specialize in tax and fraud work, rarely are the two disciplines connected. A story last week from the Baltimore Sun, however, suggests that a Bel Air, Maryland payroll company was both stealing tax monies from clients and running a Ponzi scheme. That’s a double loss for victims – they lose [...]

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Unreported Bank Leumi or Mizrahi Tefahot Bank Account? READ THIS (FBAR Post)

by Brian Mahany Unless you are new to this blog, you already know that we write many articles about offshore tax compliance and in particular, the need to disclose foreign bank and financial accounts. Generally, the IRS operates on a first contact policy meaning if you contact them before they find you, it’s possible to [...]

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IRS Taxpayer Advocate Slams Congress For Complexity Of Tax Code

by Brian Mahany We are big fans of Nina Olson, the IRS’ National Taxpayer Advocate. Although understaffed, her office is the last line of defense for taxpayers “stuck in the system” or unable to find answers to their questions. I liked the concept of an independent voice so much that I created the position in [...]

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US Tax Court Disallows Xėlan 419 Plan

by Brian Mahany At least once a month we receive a call from a business owner or physician who lost money in a 419 plan. The “lucky” simply have made a lousy investment in some unneeded insurance. The unlucky receive a huge tax bill from the IRS and / or lost their money in some [...]

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Feds Proposed New Felony Tax Crime Has Implications For Those Overseas

by Brian Mahany Tax evasion is a felony. Prosecutors must prove that the person accused possessed a willful intent to evade taxes and committed some affirmative or overt act of evasion. Mere failure to pay taxes or file returns are misdemeanors punishable by no more than a year in prison. The difference is the required [...]

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