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Archive by Year:2018

Two IRS Groups to Assist Criminal Investigators in Case Selection

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Posted on May 31, 2018

The Internal Revenue Service has been focusing in recent years on cracking down on taxpayers who hide assets offshore in order to avoid paying taxes. There have been numerous programs undertaken, including the Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program and the Swiss Bank Program, to attempt to identify U.S. affiliated taxpayers with funds kept in foreign financial institutions.Read More

A New IRS Taskforce is Cracking Down on International Tax Evasion

Offshore Account Update

Posted on April 30, 2018

A Boston tax audit attorney can help you if you are under investigation by the IRS because of offshore financial accounts. In recent years, the criminal division of the IRS has actually significantly increased the number of cases that it originates that are connected to the global financial market. This increase in cases that relate to international tax issues -- which happened at a time when there was a decline in the total number of cases opened by the criminal investigation division -- is cause for major concern for those who have undeclared offshore funds.Read More

The End is Near for OVDP

Offshore Account Update

Posted on March 30, 2018

The IRS has been aggressively cracking down on offshore investors who are not in compliance with tax rules requiring them to report their accounts and pay taxes on offshore income. The IRS has used a number of different tools, including compelling banks to turn over details about their accountholders in order for the banks to avoid criminal prosecution for facilitating tax evasion. 

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Tax Avoidance is Big Business

Offshore Account Update

Posted on February 28, 2018

The Paradise Papers were a massive leak of financial documents, with around 13.4 million confidential documents turned over to reporters. The Paradise Papers provided a glimpse into the world of offshore banking, similar to the insider look offered by previous leaks such as the Panama Papers.  Those who have offshore funds whose information was revealed by The Paradise Papers could find themselves facing an investigation by taxing authorities and should contact a Boston tax evasion attorney for help.Read More

Amnesty for Undeclared Bitcoin Holdings?

Offshore Account Update

Posted on January 31, 2018

A Boston tax attorney can provide guidance to those who own Bitcoin or who have profited off Bitcoin and who have become concerned about IRS crackdowns on undeclared earnings from Bitcoin.  The IRS has become aggressive in recent years in pursuing an investigation into Bitcoin investors and other cryptocurrency investors who may not be declaring all of their profits, including going after coin exchanges to try to compel them to turn over their data.Read More

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