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HSBC Offshore Account Holders Likely Target of Continuing IRS Investigations

04th July 2011
New Jersey Tax Attorneys of The Thorn Law Group are emerging as leaders in offering legal representation for U.S. taxpayers who, in many cases unwittingly, invested in undisclosed offshore bank accounts. Potential prosecution of Hong Kong Shanghai Banking... Read >
Author: Jerselaw

Packaged liquor and wine packaging, security printing techniques after the - after printing, Liquor

13th April 2011
1, alcoholic economic characteristics of anti-counterfeiting packaging Economic interests driving is a major cause of the proliferation of adulterated liquor. Wine is a special commodity, its relatively heavy tax burden, the tax value and sales price rat... Read >
Author: adsvf

Nevis as an Offshore Company Tax Haven

07th March 2011
Nevis is one of the ‘no-tax’ havens and is becoming increasingly popular for personal offshore tax planning. The island offers good privacy protection, which is one of the reasons Nevis is popular in asset protection strategies. Together with St. Kitts, N... Read >
Author: OffshoreFormations

Steps Taken When Charged With Federal Crimes

27th August 2010
If you were charged with a federal crime, would you know what to do or what to expect? There are quite a few legal steps that are taken and these are there so that you are not taken advantage of and that rights remain protected. Read this article to disco... Read >
Author: Rudy Silva

Definitions, Examples, and Classifications of White-Collar Crimes

01st March 2010
The term "white-collar crime" originates with Edwin Sutherland, who gave a speech on the topic to the American Sociological Society in 1939. White-collar crime is criminal activity of a non-violent nature. That said, they are extremely serious and should ... Read >
Author: Daniel Berry

Bookkeeping

16th April 2009
Bookkeeping services are the fundamental way a business keeps its books clean and up to date. There are rules that need to be followed and business owners are under obligation from the government to ensure that the company financial records are accurate a... Read >
Author: Robert Palmer

How the Hospitality Industry Cheats the Tax System

03rd September 2008
Weddings. Galas. Corporate luncheons. Conferences. When big events roll through town, it can mean big money to the places that host them, but it can also mean that they have to hire temporary people to do the things that their staff would normally do - li... Read >
Author: Jonas Lindblom
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