Archive | Tax Evasion

Global High Net Worth Investors: Tax Evasion & Money Laundering (US/UK)

May 03, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   International Investors,International Tax Planning,Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

In an unprecedented event, the United Kingdom is passing laws to seize real estate in London and the entire United Kingdom (over 2000 properties may be affected). Currently, billions of dollars of real estate have been purchased through offshore companies with undisclosed beneficial owners hiding illegal funds including tax evasion, bribes and massive thefts by […]

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Antioch Attorney Disbarred Following Tax Evasion Charges

April 19, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

By Olivia Olsen, Northern California Record Mary Alice Nolan, an attorney practicing in Antioch, has been disbarred from the practice of law by the State Bar Court of California. The recommendation for disbarment was made by the Office of the Chief Trial Counsel (OCTC) in lieu of Nolan’s felony conviction of intercepting communications and tax […]

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Tax Planning and Legal Authority

April 10, 2017  |   Posted by :   |   IRS Tax Audits,Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

The US Supreme Court has a long history of supporting legal tax planning while disavowing illegal tax evasion (which has both civil and criminal consequences). Please see the authorities cited below. In 1864, in the case of US v. Isham 84 US 496 (1864) the US Supreme Court considered the Stamp Duty (Tax) and stated […]

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IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – T. Sissom and M. Huynh

December 31, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Troy L. Sissom Troy L. Sissom a project manager for FA Wilhelm Construction Co., whose job was to oversee construction projects stole more than $2.7m from the company by creating false invoices for project materials and sending the funds to a post office box for a company (LTEE Source) he owned and depositing them into […]

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IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – S. Hyatt

December 30, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Saul Hyatt of Weston, CT, used a Panamanian bank account to conceal over $1.5m in income from the sale of duty-free alcohol and tobacco products He plead guilty (9/16) to one count of conspiring to conceal assets and income from the IRS in an undeclared bank account in Panama held for his benefit. Hyatt allegedly […]

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IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – Moses Hall

December 29, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Moses Hall, a disbarred California attorney, was arrested in October 2016 on federal charges of running a mortgage modification scheme that defrauded more than 75 distressed homeowners in Orange County by inducing them to pay more than $1.4m for services he never provided. The October 2016 federal grand jury indictment charged Hall with a 16 […]

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IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – S. Young and P. Driscoll

December 27, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Steven H. Young Florida taxpayer Steven H. Young (St.Petersburg, FL) was sentenced 11/16 to 21 months in jail for tax evasion and ordered to pay $500k in restitution to the IRS for tax evasion (2007-2011). Young falsified expense records for his business to negate his income taxes for 2007-2011 (including taking marital tax credits when […]

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IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – J. Brewer and A. Aleykina

December 23, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

James C. Brewer, an IRS Revenue Officer from Staten Island, New York (worked in Edison, NJ IRS office) falsified his personal income tax returns and failed to account for money he received from outside businesses he operated. In September, 2016 he plead guilty to 12 count each of wire fraud and filing or preparing false […]

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US Criminal Prosecution: Tax Evasion & Money Laundering

December 19, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Tax evasion and money laundering may result in criminal prosecution by the US Department of Justice for both tax crimes and “related sister felonies”: wire fraud & mail fraud. When a taxpayer fails to pay taxes due (whether income, estate or gift taxes) and uses the “tax cheating” proceeds (which courts have ruled amount to […]

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IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – Atty M. Thiel and Jreck Subs Former Owner C. Swartz

December 12, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Attorney Michael Thiel Prominent, New Orleans Criminal Defense Attorney Michael Thiel pleaded guilty on 12/7/16 to tax evasion for failing to pay almost $1m in federal taxes. Despite earning substantial income from his law practice, Thiel failed to pay $736,527 in federal income tax, penalties and interest and $261,725 in employment tax, penalties and interest […]

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