Tax Evasion

  1. 3 Ways Tax Haven Governments Make Money

    If the governments of tax haven countries impose little, or no, income taxes, how ...
  2. Assets the Ultra-Rich Use to Reduce (or Avoid) ...

    Paintings, oil wells and yachts can get great tax write-offs for their wealthy owners. ...
  3. Panama Papers: What Advisors Need to Know

    Here is how clients may be impacted by some of the issues brought to light by the ...
  4. Panama Papers Tip of the Iceberg as Congress ...

    Never mind the Panama Papers. America has its own ‘State Thieves, Embezzlers And ...
  5. All You Need to Know About Tax Havens

    These tax-free zones might sound appealing, but the consequences often aren't.
  6. America's Missing $15 Billion in Corporate Taxes

    The “Starve the IRS” strategy cuts the supply of corporate auditors. Result: Big-money ...
  1. What Are the Panama Papers and Why Do They Matter?

    The Panama leak contains 11.5 million documents, taking up 2.6 terabytes of storage. ...
  2. Panama Papers: Top 10 Banks For Offshore Companies ...

    HSBC is responsible for more than 2,300 offshore companies. UBS and Credit Suisse ...
  3. New Treasury Rules Won't Stop Corporate Inversions ...

    The US Treasury Department unveiled new rules to curb corporate inversions. But, ...
  4. Starbucks and Fiat May Owe $34m Each in Back ...

    Wednesday's decision by European Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager ...
  5. Countries With The Highest & Lowest Corporate ...

    The United States is No. 2 in the world for its high corporate tax rate. There are ...
  6. EU Probes Tax Laws To Catch Corporate Cheaters

    Recently, the EU has launched an investigation into tax deals between Amazon and ...
  1. Why is the Cayman Islands considered a tax haven?

    Find out why the Cayman Islands is considered a tax haven and why this location is so popular among those looking to reduce ...
  2. How do I avoid a tax lien on my property?

    Find out the best way to prevent the government from placing a lien on your property, including the consequences of having ...
  3. What is an IRS letter audit / audit by correspondence?

    Learn about IRS letter audits, how tax returns are selected for audits and the common outcomes in the letter audits conducted ...
  4. What are some of the arguments for and against a Value Added Tax (VAT)?

    Find out about the advantages and disadvantages of a value-added tax, which could get rid of the federal deficit despite ...
  1. IRS Special Enrollment Examination (SEE) Study Guide

    The enrolled agent status is the highest credential awarded by the IRS.
  1. Six Ways Your Tax Preparer Knows You're Lying

    An experienced tax preparer can usually sense when a customer is providing fraudulent ...
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