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FATCA may trigger expats to give up citizenship

A study shows that the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act may cause expatriates to give up their US citizenship. A poll conducted by deVere Group indicated that those who are tempted to give up their citizenship has increased by 11%. ... PAM Magazine, 6 days ago

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Failure to Disclose Offshore Accounts Could Cost U.S. Taxpayers 50% of Their Accounts' Value: Deadline to Disclose is August 3

PRWeb The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced a big change to its Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP). Starting August 4, 2014, taxpayers who come forward in the OVDP to disclose foreign accounts at banks that are publicly known to be ...
 Financial Content1 week ago IRS Names Offshore Accounts With Higher Penalties---Unless You Beat August 4, 2014 Deadline  Forbes.com1 month ago

Changes to IRS disclosure program spur action before August

The Internal Revenue Service has made changes to its Offshore Compliance Programs: modifying the 2012 Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program (OVDP) and expanding its offshore-related Streamlined Filing Compliance Procedures. The programs were ...
 PAM Magazine1 week ago Expanded Streamlined Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Procedures  WealthManagement.com3 weeks ago International Tax Compliance Update: Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program Modifications: A Trap for the Unwary  JD Supra1 month ago IRS Announces Major Changes to Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program  JD Supra1 month ago
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Swiss banks threaten to close US accounts

The two jurisdictions came to a landmark agreement last August, signalling an end of a long running dispute over banks that had been known to help US evaders. The programme requires Swiss banks to agree to pay substantial penalties, ensure complete ...
 Economia2 weeks ago Cabinet to examine tax deductible bank fines  Swiss Info1 month ago Swiss banks risk bigger than expected fines in U.S tax case  CNBC1 month ago RPT-Swiss banks risk bigger than expected fines in U.S tax case  Reuters UK1 month ago

Switzerland Under Siege

So much of what Switzerland has traditionally stood for is now anathema to its neighbours in Europe and other members of the club of developed nations: confidentiality underpinned by strong banking secrecy laws; and a liberal tax regime offering a ...
 Tax-News.com3 weeks ago

"Latest Swiss Cross-Border Tax Investigation Reflects Wider US Enforcement Agenda"

Authorities in the U.S. continue to crack down on foreign financial institutions that have allegedly aided U.S. taxpayers in evading their tax obligations. On May 19, 2014, Credit Suisse AG pled guilty to conspiracy to aid and assist U.S. taxpayers ...
 JD Supra3 weeks ago

Why offshore asset protection is superior to domestic asset protection

Trusts have been used since the Crusades to protect assets this was the original reason trusts came into being. Over the past several hundred years this protective essence of the trust has been eroded in the US and other countries by court ...
 PAM Magazine4 weeks ago

IRS Names Names - Taxpayers with Foreign Accounts at These Banks Only Have Days to Avoid Huge Penalties

The IRS and Justice Department are cracking down on unreported foreign bank accounts. Taxpayers with unreported foreign accounts at these institutions only have days left if they wish to participate in the IRS' Offshore Amnesty Program. CLEARWATER, ...
 Town Hall1 month ago

How The Feds Let Credit Suisse Off Easy After Years Of Helping Clients Evade Taxes

Ursula Coyote / AMC After years of helping Americans with off-shore tax evasion, Credit Suisse is getting off easy in another case of too big to fail. In May, the Swiss bank pleaded guilty to its charge and agreed to a $2.6 billion fine, the ...
 Business Insider1 month ago
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How Credit Suisse Got Off Easy

Last fall, James Cole, the No. 2 man at the Justice Department, sent an intriguing email about the criminal investigation of Credit Suisse's offshore tax-evasion schemes for wealthy American clients. He asked Kathy Keneally, the agency's top ...
 MSNBC Newsweek1 month ago Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole Speaks at Press Conference Announcing Guilty Plea in Credit Suisse Offshore Tax Evasion Case  United States Department of Justice2 months ago Credit Suisse : Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole Speaks at Press Conference Announcing Guilty Plea in Credit Suisse Offshore Tax Evasion Case  4 Traders2 months ago US Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole Speaks At Press Conference Announcing Guilty Plea In Credit Suisse Offshore Tax Evasion Case  Mondo Visione2 months ago
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