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Monthly Archives: May 2017

Former Soccer Official Pleads Guilty To Money Laundering Charge

According to DoJ on May 24, 2017 in federal court in Brooklyn, Costas Takkas, a 60 yr old UK national pleaded guilty to money laundering conspiracy in connection with his receipt and transmission of millions of dollars in bribes paid to now-former CONCACAF president and FIFA vice president, Jeffrey Webb.   Takkas, a former general secretary…
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Where Are They Now? A Year Later, Mixed Fortunes For Panama Papers Line-Up

When the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists and more than 100 media partners began publishing the Panama Papers investigation on April 3, 2016, almost no country was untouched by its revelations. Governments in more than 70 Countries have launched over 150 Investigations, Inquiries, Audits and Probes into the affairs of Thousands of People and Corporations…
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Offshore Tax Suit To Switch From OVDP To Streamline Doesn’t Block Collection

According to Law360, three taxpayers seeking to switch over to the IRS’ new “streamlined” compliance program for unreported offshore income argued to a D.C. Circuit panel Tuesday that their lawsuit is not foreclosed by the Anti-Injunction Act's bar on pre-enforcement tax challenges, attacking the government’s key defense in the case. The case is Maze et…
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