Tax evasion is a global problem, but some countries are doing a better job than others in going after tax cheats.
Greece’s financial troubles are partially due to the country’s widespread tax evasion. It’s a worldwide problem, even in the United States.
It took a lot of work to get Sochi ready for the 2014 Winter Olympics games. One contractor involved in the makeover now is facing Russian tax evasion charges.
Things are getting real for Real Housewives of NJ reality TV stars Teresa and Joe Giudice. They could be going to federal jail for, in part, tax evasion charges.
Credit Suisse pleads guilty to criminal wrongdoing, settling a probe by the U.S. Department of Justice.
It’s tax chaos in Washington, D.C., as a congressman is indicted on tax charges.
Wesley Snipes is continuing his fight to have his three misdemeanor convictions for not filing federal tax returns overturned. Regardless of the eventual legal ruling, this will be his last shot. He’s taking his case, he hopes, to the U.S. Supreme Court. The basis of Snipes’ appeal is his claim, in a 49-page petition filed by
When I was in college, I knew the frat boys and sorority sisters on Greek Row were different. But little did I realize that the general sense of entitlement exhibited by immature kids wearing Greek alphabetical names on their sweaters would turn out to be such an accurate reflection of many of today’s residents of that