December 13, 2017
Offshore Account Holders Should Consider Making a Voluntary Disclosure as Paradise Papers Are Investigated

Offshore Account Holders Should Consider Making a Voluntary Disclosure as Paradise Papers Are Investigated

If you’re a regular visitor to our tax law blog, you may have seen our prior article discussing the Paradise Papers, a mass-scale leak of roughly […]
December 12, 2017
What Do the Paradise Papers Reveal About Offshore Tax Havens?

What Do the Paradise Papers Reveal About Offshore Tax Havens?

You may recall that in May 2016, anonymous whistleblower “John Doe” leaked approximately 11.5 million documents revealing the offshore activities of numerous politicians, businesspeople, and entertainers […]
November 24, 2016

Former New York Professor Pleads Guilty to Expatriation Conspiracy

According to a Department of Justice press release, Dan Horsky, 71, of Rochester, New York, entered a guilty plea in federal court on counts of conspiracy […]
November 17, 2016
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Streamlined Disclosure May be Available to Even “Grossly Negligent” Taxpayers

Streamlined Disclosure May be Available to Even “Grossly Negligent” Taxpayers The duty to disclose one’s offshore and foreign assets and accounts under FBAR is but one […]