Tax Evasion Criminal Prosecution

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Domestic Voluntary Disclosure as an Alternative to Indictment

The United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced that the - "Owner and operator of DNS Construction Corporation, was sentenced today in Manhattan federal court to a term of five years of...more

First bank resolution announced by DOJ: US taxpayers advised that time is running out to come forward

On March 30, 2015, the US Department of Justice announced the first non-prosecution agreement entered into by a Swiss bank pursuant to the Swiss Bank Program and advised US taxpayers with secret offshore bank accounts that...more

Former Wegelin Banker Reportedly Arrested on U.S. Warrant in Germany

Multiple outlets are reporting that on February 2, 2015, three years after his indictment in the Southern District of New York, Swiss banker Roger Keller was arrested at the Frankfurt airport. On January 3, 2012, the U.S....more

New Hampshire Man Pleads Guilty Regarding Accounts in Switzerland, Israel, and Jersey

On October 20, 2014, Menashe Cohen pleaded guilty in New Hampshire federal court to one count of filing a false income tax return for failing to report the existence of his Swiss and Israeli bank accounts on his 2009 tax...more

Part V - Minimizing Risk Of Criminal Prosicution By Meeting Requirements For A Voluntary Discover In IRM 9.5.11.9

Below is Part 5 of my partner, Rick Josepher’s, analysis of the new offshore enforcement environment in light of the new 2014 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Procedures....more

IRS Sharpens Its Sword Of Damacles

In a jury verdict this wake in the Southern District of Florida, the IRS has a sharpened Sword of Damacles to hang over the head of FBAR reporting violators. In U.S. v. Zwerner, a jury found that Carl Zwerner WILLFULLY failed...more

Justice Department Files Appeal Brief in Beanie Babies Case

Two weeks ago, the Government filed its appeal brief in the case of United States v. Ty Warner, a case out of the Northern District of Illinois. It is rare for the United States to appeal a sentence, let alone a sentence in...more

Recent Sentences for Federal Tax Crimes in 2014 – Part 3

Today we conclude our review of recent sentences imposed in federal tax crime cases in 2014. In our two previous posts here and here, we reviewed sentences relating to Foreign Bank Account, Tax Evasion, Employment Tax, False...more

Recent Sentences for Federal Tax Crimes in 2014 – Part 2

On Friday, we posted a review here of sentences imposed on defendants in 2014 for Foreign Bank Account, Tax Evasion, and Employment Tax crimes. In this post, we review sentences imposed on defendants in cases involving False...more

Nevada Businessman Sentenced to Nine Years in Prison

Multiple outlets are reporting that on October 15, 2013, William Reed, a Nevada businessman, was sentenced to nine years in federal prison after pleading guilty to conspiracy to defraud the United States, tax evasion, and...more

Indian American Neurosurgeon Sentenced to Probation for Unreported Offshore Bank Accounts

On February 1, 2013, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin sentenced Arvind Ahuja, a Milwaukee neurosurgeon, to serve three years of probation and to pay a fine of $350,000 following his conviction by...more

HM Revenue & Customs - Tax Evasion Enforcement

There has been much publicity regarding tax avoidance of late in the UK. In the age of austerity, tax avoidance by companies is scruitnised by the press and is a hot topic with the public....more

Offshore Banks, Required Records and Secret Funds Transfers: a Receipe for Disaster

Recently, two Israeli banks are reported to have agreed to cooperate in criminal tax investigations being conducted by the Criminal Tax Division of the U.S. Department of Justice. The specific actions allegedly involve a...more

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