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Trump's Company and Its Chief Financial Office Indicted

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Trump's Company and Its Chief Financial Office Indicted

"Donald trump's company and his longtime finance chief of been indicted following a two year investigation by prosecutors in New York City the indictments were expected there was a meeting last week between prosecutors and trump's organization lawyers but now insiders say the company's chief financial officer seventy three year old Allen Weissenberg will be presented in court the charges are expected to alleged tax evasion including unreported company benefits provided to top executives like cars apartments and school tuition trump said this week the company's actions are standard business practice the charges against Y. so Bergen the trump organization are the first to arise from the two year investigation led by Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance junior a Democrat is leaving office at the end of the year I'm Jackie Quinn

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Antivirus Pioneer John McAfee Found Dead in Spanish Prison

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last month

Antivirus Pioneer John McAfee Found Dead in Spanish Prison

"Authorities in Spain say the death of the creator of a popular anti virus program who'd been charged with tax fraud in the United States was an apparent suicide John McAfee was discovered dead in his jail cell in Spain hours after a court approved his extradition back to the United States to face tax evasion charges that could have led to decades in prison the seventy five year old McAfee was well known for his software but it recently been promoting cryptocurrency which led to charges in Tennessee for failing to report income considered a bit of an eccentric McAfee had been questioned in twenty twelve about the death of a neighbor in Billy's option trumped up charges every charge this is only the tenth they charged me with the first one is running a meth lab okay that was ridiculous he been jailed in Spain since October authorities are still investigating McAfee's death but say everything points to suicide I'm Jackie Quinn

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South Africa's Ex-President Zuma Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:48 min | 2 months ago

South Africa's Ex-President Zuma Pleads Not Guilty to Corruption Charges

"It took more than two decades to begin an after just one day. It was adjourned until july. Jacob zuma a former south african president was in court last week for the first major hearing of his corruption. Trial involving an arms deal from the nineteen ninety s. Mr zuma's was president from two thousand nine until two thousand eighteen until he was forced to resign after a vote of no confidence. He led the african national congress or an party which was itself involved in multiple corruption scandals. You followed the charges that have been put you now. From the indictment democratic mr zuma faces eighteen counts of racketeering corruption fraud tax evasion and money laundering. Prosecutors leveled the accusation that he had taken some seven hundred bribes feed them plead not guilty. The corruption in south africa goes far beyond one man and one administration. The case against jacob zuma is nearly as old as post-apartheid south africa john. Mcdermott is the economists chief. Africa correspondent and is based in south africa. The challenges relate to a two point. Five billion dollar deal to buy european the tree kit. To upgrade south africa's armed forces way back in one thousand nine hundred nine when zuma was deputy president. He's accused of accepting an annual bribe from the french arms company. Tyler's in exchange for protecting the firm from an investigation into that deal. Both zuma tallest deny any wrongdoing. So then how does mr zuma's respond to these charges then besides simply denying them. Mr zuma has spent more than two decades saying that the charges are false and all parts of a conspiracy.

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Treasury Announces New Crypto Tax Reporting Requirements

Pat Thurston

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Treasury Announces New Crypto Tax Reporting Requirements

"Of Bitcoins now gotten the government's attention, and the I. R s is getting involved More from kgs, Mark Nieto, You knew it was only a matter of time as the federal government has announced it's time to crack down on crypto currency markets and transactions. The Treasury Department issued a release saying Crypto poses a significant detection problem by facilitating illegal activity, including tax evasion. On that note, the government will now require any crypto transfer worth $10,000 or more to be reported to the I. R s The short term reaction will likely be negative. SEC involvement, which is expected soon. Does give Cryptocurrency further long term legitimacy.

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John McAfee Faces Civil Charges Alongside Criminal Ones

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

John McAfee Faces Civil Charges Alongside Criminal Ones

"Well how is this civil not criminal so own hartley. These aren't criminal. Charges even tax evasion is criminal so he is facing criminal penalties in that in what he's being extradite over correct that's correct so this one is is actually a lawsuit and it is the commodity futures trading commission date. That's bringing the lawsuit which is which is interesting. Because a lot of people don't know that the state can bring lawsuits and civil specifically the arm of the state known as the commodity futures trading commission. And they are bringing the case in the us district court of new york southern district of new york against john mcafee and his alleged bodyguard jennifer watson junior.

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John McAfee accused of $23 million securities fraud

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

John McAfee accused of $23 million securities fraud

"Name in computer security software has been charged with securities fraud. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more between November 2017 In February, 2018 John McAfee leveraged his famous a computer programmer to make more than $23 million by recommending a number of initial coin offerings to his Twitter followers. The problem, said federal prosecutors here in New York was that McAfee failed to disclose he was a paid pitchman. Promoting an investment product without disclosing you're being paid to do. It is unlawful. McAfee is believed to be in Spain, where he was arrested last year for tax evasion. Aaron Qatar Ski ABC News, New York.

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John McAfee charged with fraud over cryptocurrency

WBZ Afternoon News

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

John McAfee charged with fraud over cryptocurrency

"A household name in computer security software has now been charged with securities fraud between November 2017. In February, 2018 John McAfee leveraged his famous a computer programmer to make more than $23 million by recommending a number of initial coin offerings to his Twitter followers. The problem, said federal prosecutors here in New York was that McAfee failed to disclose he was a paid pitchman. Promoting an investment product without disclosing you're being paid to do. It is unlawful. McAfee is believed to be in Spain, where he was arrested last year for tax evasion.

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Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

Skullduggery

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

Trump issues more pardons, including Paul Manafort, Charles Kushner

"New evidence surfaced of just how wild and crazy things could get in the last days of donald trump's presidency. The white house announced that the president had issued a new round of pardons that included. Paul manafort his former campaign chairman and roger stone his longtime political adviser both of whom had been convicted of crimes. Going out of robert muller's russia investigation. And as if that wasn't enough trump also pardoned charles kushner. The father of his son-in-law jared kushner who had been convicted of illegal campaign contributions tax evasion and witness tampering

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President Trump Pardons Jared Kushner's Father Charles

710 WOR Programming

00:35 sec | 8 months ago

President Trump Pardons Jared Kushner's Father Charles

"Pardons his former campaign chief Paul Manafort and associate Roger Stone. Two of 26 pardons Wednesday. Manafort was convicted on charges that emerged during the Russia investigation. Stone was convicted on charges of witness tampering and making false statements during the Russia probe. Trump had already commuted his 40 month sentence. The president also pardoned the father of his son in law and adviser Jared Kushner. Charles Kushner had been prosecuted by then U. S attorney for New Jersey Chris Christie in the early two thousands for tax evasion, witness tampering and illegal campaign contributions. House

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Trump pardons former campaign chairman Paul Manafort

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Trump pardons former campaign chairman Paul Manafort

"President trump has issued another batch of pardons to nearly thirty people including his son in law's father and trump's former campaign chairman on the new list of those now pardoned or granted clemency Charles Kushner a real estate developer who pleaded guilty to tax evasion witness tampering and making illegal campaign contributions in two thousand five Kushner son Jared as a White House adviser and married to trump's daughter Ivanka and two more trump confidants convicted in order to jail in the Russia probe former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and close friend Roger stone whose prison sentence had already been commuted by the White House observers say the president's using the power of his office to dismantle the results of special counsel Robert Muller's investigation having pardoned another campaign associate Tuesday Jackie Quinn Washington

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The IRS is Eyeing Crypto

Squawk Pod

05:25 min | 8 months ago

The IRS is Eyeing Crypto

"You're planning in on trying to cash some of your casino. I should say some of your bitcoin and trying to pocket. The gains will be prepared for a potential tax it. If you've owned or used bitcoin you may owe taxes no matter how you acquired used it. Cbc senior personal finance correspondent. Sharon edison is here now with more on what you need to know. Sharon hi andrew. Will you know if you bought or sold. Bitcoin or any crypto currency this year. The irs wants to know about it. It now asked this white on the first page of your ten forty federal income tax. Return at any time during twenty twenty. Did you receive sell send exchange or otherwise acquire any financial interest in any virtual currency. And you have to answer yes or no now you need to check. Yes if you involved. In any transaction with the crypto currency including selling it receiving it transferring it for free exchanging it for goods or services or other property including another virtual currency and like stocks any gain or loss from the sale or exchange of crypto currency is taxed as a capital gain or loss. So it's very important to keep good records of your transactions now. You're gonna find out a lot more about bitcoin and your taxes at cbc dot com slash smart tax planning andrew. So couple of questions consequences if you don't check the right box on your taxes. Turn either you're dodging purposely. Or maybe just don't know well you need to know you mean to make sure that you understand how this works and working with tax professional is key here because if you've made a transaction and you do not check that yes box that tax experts that we've spoken to say that you could be accused of tax evasion by the irs. There could be criminal consequences so this is a very serious consideration that you have to make right there at the top of the ten forty four. You can't miss the question. But you must answer truthfully is because there could be significant consequences. If you don't sharon just real quick our places like coin base and other institutions are they reporting your gains and losses as well to match. I'm so glad you asked that because like a brokerage firm will report. You know what you've done with your stock transactions your other transactions. This does not happen. At many of the exchange this does not happen with crypto currency. Usually so it's very important for you to keep very good records on your own and to make sure that you understand how to keep those records having cpa and enrolled agent some tax professional who has worked with quipped crypto currencies. His work with tax payers. Who are dealing with. This is very important so ask that question as you pick the right professional work with his sharon. I get the idea of having report if you've bought or sold crypto currency. But the idea of if you've used it for any transaction could get really complicated especially as more and more vendors are accepting it as a as a form of payment if you let's say you rented an airbnb on something using it. Let's say you bought a cup of coffee somewhere you've got to report. Every of those transactions that can be incredibly complicated. It says it says any so i know that but of course it is difficult to keep all of those records and all of those documents the issue is that people want reporting anything and i think the irs has been really looking to crack down on this looking at the millions of people who own bitcoin right now own cryptocurrency and. How just several hundred. Some years over the past few years have been reporting every year. so they're missing a lot of people and they just wanna make sure. I think that they're getting the accurate numbers of who has who owns bitcoin. Who's using it and how reporting it sharing this just just thinking about all the ramifications because early adopters. They may be smart enough to have their own little wallet where they don't even use a coin base and that may part of the appeal of bitcoin. I think is that it's so anonymous. Some people and we've seen historically what it's been used for so it has that You know the impression that that that it gives. But i would think anybody that buys on coin base or coin. Base is not going to be able to say. Oh no we're not going to provide anything coming. Base is going to have to generate if you answered. Do they generate like something to the irs. Right now about the people that they're dealing with or will they not a standard form life at ten ninety nine form. There's not a staredown. Four for crypto currency. So you may have a some institutions may have some type of form or paperwork that they deal with the irs. But there's no standard standard ten ninety nine like you get with the brokerage firm from what's coming telling. The market cap now is for bitcoin and for other cryptos that that's going to. That's that's gotta be near term for for the exchanges. I would think if you can't you know it's like a wild. Wild west only lasted for so long right exactly and that's again that's that's evidenced by the fact that it's not on the schedule anymore. It's not tucked away somewhere in tax documents where you have to report. This is right at the top on the first page of your ten forty form. So you're absolutely right. Things are definitely changing. Okay all right. Sharon thank you. I appreciate that thanks. People say that's why it was invented. We'll see when when the when the rubber meets the road. 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Attorney General Barr Announces Publication of Cryptocurrency Enforcement Framework - But Do They Have It Right?

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:12 min | 10 months ago

Attorney General Barr Announces Publication of Cryptocurrency Enforcement Framework - But Do They Have It Right?

"So today your core, you posted a link and you're like, Hey, hey, everyone apparently, the attorney general thinks that crypto users criminals. And that's not tied in stay that I to say that I was like, Hey, you said, what did I say? Let's go up to. Say. I didn't say much honest I just said I basically Gerald. William William. Bar announced his publication of cryptocurrency enforcement framework. So maybe the article that dropped this relatively important. At least I thought it was. Open it up here. How many? Pages, CAV. Suggest to. Eighty something, right. Eighty three pages of the US Department of Justice. Framework on digital currency enforcement and. Too Long didn't read from what I can tell nothing too crazy except that they don't understand any of the legitimate use cases, crypto currency, and that's about fifteen pages of illegal uses of cryptocurrencies. You can see the Linda they're coming from. So it. All boils down What you said many times in the last few months that is government is not going to be comfortable giving up control of the current the power. Right that's all it boils. That's that's the theme here. Is that hey y'all crypto usages cute. And all, but we still are more powerful than you could ever imagine. I don't see. That way that may be true but at least in the context of this particular release. it's the Department of Justice. They're going to view it through the framework of illegal use cases in the things they're trying to stop and protect people from. Or catch bad people from doing stuff at when they look at cryptocurrency through that Lens enables a lot of. People who would like to do bad stuff to do it a little easier potentially. That's only Lindsey care about let's that. They're trying to like look at it having enforcement framework for. Like how does this enable the people we're already looking at and tracking and tip to stop to do the things that they're already tried to do. Not. Like don't expect. Quality. Like. To come from this. This is only going to be like. How do we stop it or how do we watch it? How do we? How do we survey? Harry punish people for doing the things that we're trying to stop the. Do they incorporate this into the has has like people sending money overseas. Like Tie ed to. Them harboring money or like putting money off shore for tax evasion purposes things like that, right? Proof could we put towards a specific type of cryptocurrency use case in the context tax evasion? Do. You think that the US DC an like these different. What are the combs CBD central digital currencies are just like vaccines for the financial systems of the of the of yesteryear? Are they just a way for them to basically you know? Put a virus in the CRYPTO system in see all the Times that crypto touches their digital currency. Just. A portal is the gateway this. He's from my perspective. This is a hard it's. What I like. So she says. Terrible. Terrible case worst case scenario is like, Hey. We got a handle on things things that had watched stuff key people for doing things, and now have a lot of controls on. Money floor or whatever like this comes out it's so dreadfully increases the access at ease in which people can sit value. Across the Now, we've got to do our jobs again. All.

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Anti-virus creator John McAfee arrested over tax evasion charges

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Anti-virus creator John McAfee arrested over tax evasion charges

"Of the anti virus software, McAfee could be headed to prison documents show. John McAfee has been indicted on tax evasion charges and willful failure to file tax returns. The records were made public after his arrest and Spain The Justice Department says he earned millions from speaking events but didn't file tax returns between 2014 and 2018. And

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Software entrepreneur John McAfee charged with U.S. tax evasion

BBC World Service

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

Software entrepreneur John McAfee charged with U.S. tax evasion

"Has been arrested in Spain and faces extradition to the United States where he's being charged with tax evasion. The indictment says. Mr McAfee felt a file tax returns from 2014 to 2018. Despite earning considerable sums of money. None of the income has any connection with the software company that bears his name. The authorities in Mexico. So the

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Ex-Illinois lawmaker Terry Link pleads guilty to federal tax evasion

Ben Shapiro

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

Ex-Illinois lawmaker Terry Link pleads guilty to federal tax evasion

"Terry Link, pleading guilty to a federal count off filing a false tax return. The latest in the federal corruption investigation. The Tribune has reported that Link agreed to wear a wire for the feds in a bribery investigation of another former state lawmaker, link is cooperating. In the investigation. A

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Israeli court sentences model Bar Refaeli for tax evasion

TJ Stearns

00:14 sec | 11 months ago

Israeli court sentences model Bar Refaeli for tax evasion

"In Tel Aviv, her mother sentenced to 16 months in prison in July, The 35 year old model and her mother were convicted on offenses of tax evasion for almost $10 million of income. You neon ABC news

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Israeli court sentences model Bar Refaeli for tax evasion

KHOW Marketplace

00:15 sec | 11 months ago

Israeli court sentences model Bar Refaeli for tax evasion

"And top model Barbara Philly, sentenced to nine months of community service by an Israeli court in Tel Aviv, her mother sentenced to 16 months in prison in July, The 35 year old model and her mother were convicted on offenses of tax evasion for almost $10 million of income.

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Derek Chauvin and wife face felony tax fraud charges in Minnesota

John Batchelor

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Derek Chauvin and wife face felony tax fraud charges in Minnesota

"These former Minneapolis police officer charged with murder in the death of George Floyd now faces multiple felony counts of tax evasion. They're shoving and his wife were both charged with multiple counts for allegedly under reporting their income to the state of Minnesota and failing to file state tax returns during certain

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"tax evasion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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"tax evasion" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:34 min | 3 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Also a blacklist of twenty one countries whose so-called golden passport schemes threaten international efforts to combat tax evasion. It's been published by the west leading economic, think tank, three European countries, Malta Monaco and Cyprus are among those nations flagged as operating high risk schemes that cell either residency or citizenship high risk. In a report released on Tuesday by the organization for economic cooperation and development. Okay. Also on the blacklist are a handful of Caribbean nations that pioneered the modern day methods for the marketing of citizenship. So you can buy citizenship from these countries pretty easily, and then they go up our barb Yuda the Bahamas Dominica Grenada, put your money there. Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis they've each, they've sold sixteen thousand passports since relaunching programs in two thousand six. So you can become like a citizen of Grenada for a price, and they'll just they'll sell you a passport, your money down there. You know, just because you wanna put it somewhere. Just put it in the other country. It's Ron nice tax laws down there. You just gotta put it in the other country that you're a citizen. I didn't know anything about their had no idea. I just wanted to be on spending money when I go and visit my other. I didn't know that country. What do I know about their assuming we're actually become a citizen of nice country. Do you know how nice it is in Grenada, it's really nice. Saved them for a reason, right? Save them from Jeffey, saved him Jeffy. He doesn't like to think about it though. He doesn't. He doesn't wanna think about moon moon, triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three body in Texas. Your other place? I high. I just wanted to comment on your questioning why there were planes left on the air force base when hurricane was coming on the planes that are in the hangers are in maintenance hangars and they're usually torn down for long term maintenance, and they're waiting on parts and it's not like they could be thrown back together to drop a hat to be flown out. So there was a good reason why they were left there because they were unable to fly out. Can't hear me. Hello. So Bobby continue so body we missed. We missed part of that, say that again, we had our per second. Yeah, the planes that are in the hangars or maintenance hangars. Yeah, and they can't fly out. There was a good reason why they were left there. That would be an interesting part of the story to include, oh, by the way. Well, still left because they were under maintenance and they couldn't. I can't. I can't speak to the poorly written statements that people put out just wanted to forum you. So you know, bit more that is helpful and you're sure that that they were in maintenance and they couldn't fly. Sure. Because the only reason I was in the air force for eight years and the only reason why plane goes into a hangar for me. That's not like it's a garage. They get park there overnight there in there for maintenance. Okay. Let's just say, hypothetically, you're starting a country and you're building air force bases around in and then you you want to fix these planes. Eventually you're going to have planes that are going to need repair. Could they maybe repair those somewhere other than the coast. Are there places in the country where we have, you know, mechanic fix the plane, could park a plane to fix them. Bobby's gone, so she's not able to answer that. So we'll have to just guess say, no, there's no other place. On the coast of Florida. It has to be influenced. Don't understand just weird a high risk area, but as long as we're looking for mechanics to fix these planes, let's not look to Belgium because apparently the mechanics over there just blow up planes, right. So it'd be careful there pick all right, eight nine hundred thirty three ninety. He planned. A lot of makes sense though because you couldn't, you can you can't fly. There's no parking there in the first place. It's called planning ahead. You're gonna buy a lottery ticket No, or you're not not. always doing not by by one four you and I'll just call it my pet ticket. Eight hundred sixty eight million dollars Friday night and there's another one that's. Tonight's three forty, five..

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"tax evasion" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

03:52 min | 3 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"That's target pro dot com. All right. So there was that whole big story, huge Trump shell report about Trump's tax evasion. We're just start with this. So I actually was interesting. It's a very long like Rolling Stone Esq, you know, expose on everything and it's all about. I can't remember the name of the title because you're singing to your timeshare for your thorough as the Rolling Stones. Yeah. The other way around. No, right. But it's the title is almost just as long as the as the actual article is, but I can't remember what it was, but it's something about how how the Trump family had, you know. Through tax evasion manipulation of tax and stuff. We're able to amass a lot of wealth. Well, they kind of call out Trump and his siblings directly on this, but actually before we get to that, it actually because you read it right, it's do the the beginning of it where they talked about the history of was Fred Trump his father. I thought it was crazy. Interesting. Yeah. And that's the thing. I think the typical response from someone on the right is to say another hip piece from the New York Times. It is important to note that this is incredibly detailed. They did a lot of work if God, if they would've spent one tenth the effort in the entire Obama administration on that they did on this piece because it is, I mean, they've they uncovered hundreds of thousands of documents. They interviewed a ton of people who actually worked at companies who did business with the Trump empire through that time. People who worked for Trump at that time. It was incredibly detailed. It's not just nothing, but it didn't give me anything I was surprised about, you know, it was all about how. A really wealthy family who wanted to, you know. Give their money and headed down without paying fifty five percent death tax, how they did that. And most of the time they did it pretty much. Okay. A lot of times the pushed the boundaries of what was okay. A couple of times they crossed the line and got caught, but I mean, that was the gist of the story. So President Trump is, is a man that has added to being, let's just say clever with tax laws, the laws to his advantage that they don't do that they're lying. I feel everyone is going to try as much as they can to not pay you hiring accounting more into. They don't make pay more than you're supposed to the little, the least amount possible. But in saying that none of this was a surprise, but so if you're not, again, you're not even really opening their statute of limitations has passed on this. So there's nothing like legally they can do and less. There's a some kind of civil suit on. Maybe they talked about how some of the properties were shorted. So maybe the previous owners of these places could could sue sue. You said they were going to look at it in. Investigate whether there's anything they can do. But that's the extent of it. I mean, impeach him over the. A couple of things that were interesting about it is first of all, like first of all, Fred Trump really hit. Texas hated them really did a lot to avoid it and welcome to the club. But he really, I mean, I hate them complain about it once a year. He, he lived his life to avoid these taxes. And you know, I understand that that's what you do when you're when you're wealthy. I also took out of it that Fred Trump was a pretty smart guy and really loved his kids. I mean, really what he went into incredible extent to the point, they were paying Donald Trump, a multi hundred thousand dollar salary when he was three years old. Now, again, he claims to be a self made billionaire. And this is really what the attack was about. Exactly. It's about blowing up that narrative. He wasn't, but we all knew he wasn't a self made billionaire. He look, I doubt he was doing three hundred thousand dollars worth of work at as a toddler. I don't think that that you can count that as self made. Okay. So that was my biggest issue with this. So there's all kinds of other stuff. So the Grassley letter with Ford's boyfriend at that time and I don't know what they've touched it now..

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"tax evasion" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"International tax evasion he spent fourteen years as a staff attorney with the senate antitrust subcommittee and the senate farm relations committee and has been a consultant to the united nations centre on transnational corporations the united nations office of drug control and crime prevention and served as the chair of the experts group on international asset recovery and currently serves as chair of the tax justice network usa and the violence policy center we're gonna take a brief station break we're back talking with the communists dean baker about trump's choice of a tv pitchman as he's new head of the national economic council now you know what we need welcome back i'm being monsters and this is background briefing available twenty four seven a background briefing dot org and joining us now dean baker who's.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Of tax evasion and bank fraud to the previous charge of money laundering brought last october manafort engaged accused of funneling seventy five million dollars into offshore accounts then hiding thirty million dollars of it from the treasury department much of the money allegedly coming from ukrainian politicians with close ties to the kremlin abc news senior justice correspondent pierre thomas sickening no words broward county sheriff's cut israel's reaction thursday to new information about the school shooting massacre last week the school resource deputy station on campus when the shooting took place at stillman douglas high under scrutiny ni according to the sheriff deputy scott peterson never went into the school as the massacre was underway and the sheriff says he seen the video the sheriff seeing the deputy stood outside for four minutes without action authorities deciding to suspend the deputy who has resigned abc's ritter a condo in florida a grand jury has indicted missouri governor rick writings for invasion of privacy in connection with an affair with his former hairdresser three years ago gratin to republican has acknowledged the affair but he denied he tried to blackmail the woman with a nude photo of her blindfolded folded gop state senate majority leader mike keogh my concern is as governor civility to leave the state um in the governor full well knows knows a navy seal that he understands roles responsibility and leadership of grains attorney says the indictment is baseless and unfounded no medals for the us women and figure skating no lock for the us women finishing in ninth ten th and eleven places a gold and silver going to skaters from russia this is a first gold for the olympic athletes from russia russia is banned from.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on KGO 810

"That that was different from a situation with cigarettes a shall phone can teach so much information so much data the police officer needs to go get a warrant for the police officer concert your iphone in your pocket even if they've taken it all arrest nearly two judge that they've got a probable cause think there is some evidence of criminal bahige on this phone or some evidence that we need to get from this phone and the judge can improve the warren and then the police can get without approval fairly common it's it's not impossible to get you have to make a showing up to show that there is some probable cause that you have is the police believe that there's something in that phone you can't just go in search someone's phone in order to find something that might be evidence of a cry and that's that's what the founders were really trying to do when they wrote in the fourth amendment that a warrant would be required for searches he wrote that didn't say warren required but that the constitution says no unreasonable search and seizure in the courts of said well that means get a warrant in ahead of time that means that your search wasn't unreasonable of the the court pointed out in this day and age the smartphone is the equivalent of all these other things that they had in the palace exactly and if you think in the late eighteenth century when they were right in the constitution the foundations would never wanted to allow the law sheriff to be able to go into their private studies search through all of their files may find some evidence of treason or tax evasion reverie might find and then use that against the founders wanted to say hey look if you want to go through my stuff you need to go to a judge and say i've got a reasonable leave there's something in that stuff uh that that i need to go look through an and the judge can say oh k and that's i'd go about getting into someone cell phone sousse so today.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on Adam Ruins Everything

Adam Ruins Everything

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on Adam Ruins Everything

"Continue the free file alliances agreement with the government traditionally have something like sixty cosponsors from both parties because if you and those cosponsors are often given a lot of money by people who work for these tax preparation companies every year in the form of political donations and because on face it sounds great right like if you don't know that there is another option the idea that these forprofit companies want to do work for free for twothirds of the american taxpaying public that sounds great and that's something that you can say to your constituents and of your constituents don't know that there is a better option and they probably think that you're doing a really excellent thing and it may be that these representatives don't realize that what they're doing is just maintaining this very confusing system of tax evasion but that's what it doesn't sound as though these companies are actually providing free services to the american public and they are certainly not what are they getting in return out of this arrangement what they're getting in return is the government promises that it will not offer its own system of return free filing um and the companies are actually terrified of that if you take a look at the quarterly reports um from these companies all of them list the government providing its own tax preparation as a huge threat to there to there business so it into its quarterly filings every quarter they say the biggest threat to the continuation of our business is the government producing its own system of rishard right whereas this is a company that it's business is based around it solving a problem for you that the government created by being opaque and crappy like governments often are exactly of the government were to actually step up and improve itself as we would want it to as you know taxpayers uh then the than the uh annoying obstacle that intuitive solving goes away and and you don't have to pay them anymore dissolve it right exactly and and and so you know if if the government did this.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That means that the compete for investment through the tax system and companies corporations and rich individuals take advantage of that and in a way that's what we would expect companies and businesses to do because they have to maximise value to shareholders so they will ways look for a lower tax regime that is true corporations but not necessarily a rich individuals so there is no accountability a corporate accountability in the case of rich individuals they are just trying to basically minimize their own tax bill but on the case of corporations that is true and what is essentially tells you is that desisto creates theme center for businesses shell corporations to do this and that's that in search it is what we need to address and then it comes up with the problem of well we apply one kind of ethical standard when it comes to individuals but really can we apply something different when it comes to cooperation and i think the show in my opinion to some extent yes and the reason is because of corporate patrols in the central corporate governance rules do require that there is an minimization all costs and there is potentially a trickledown effect whereby a company succeeds it might be able to create white ploy meant that structure in the case a rich individuals when they don't pay taxes uh essentially you're just as a society as a whole does subsidizing their lifestyles so it it it i think there is a difference between the two but from from the point of view the man or woman in the street tax avoidance tax evasion the difference might be a legal one one is legal avoidance one is illegal evasion but from the man wound point in the.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on WTVN

"Failing to file as a foreign agent is almost never charged in federal court as any mccarthy pointed out yesterday and i pointed out but the feds to as say now get in there and file your form because the goal is to get you the file not to throw in prison to filing issue technically if he violated it's a misdemeanor so one of the arguments are brilliant mr mollar and his sixteen ragtag hacks make is that mr manner ferried in mr what's the other guys name gates that these two men laundered money in part in order to conceal the fact that they're federal agent well that's brilliant so they committed felonies in order to conceal what in the worst circumstances is a misdemeanor and as i make sense to anybody part cody thank you are you're not girl legal built phnom dish reading here's another one for you they laundered money through foreign banks ladies and gentleman for that purpose a concealing their income for tax purposes okay i assume he charged them with tax evasion now they're not charged with tax evasion tom scratching my head i'm said now wait a minute and by the way before they would bring these charges they would consult with the tax division of the justice department they would consult with the internal revenue service and their special unit of hotshot investigators and this is truly bizarre so in other words they launder money to cover up the fact that they didn't pay taxes and yet they're not charged with tax evasion but again you.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"Now you may say well then at sound sensible why don't you why don't you liked that number one because i don't like the government get involved in just about anything other than the military and courses was under the government's frequent business when i want to pay the taxes if i want to pay the taxes now want to pay the taxes later on a paying the taxes stay out of my way let me make my own choices but i never agreed with that decision why folks the government could change the rules and the golden rule i always libai is never ever ever pay taxes now that you can legally pay later i'm not suggesting tax tax evasion that's a crime member taxavoidance is not a crime tax evasion is a crime and that recommending you don't pay your taxes do your thing don't get troubled walk obviously because i public servants announcement for the day over but as a golden rule in mice that eu finance never ever pay taxes now that you can pay later because there's no guarantee later on they won't change the rules you see where i'm going with this joe so let's say everybody's converted to a roth and pays the taxes upfront don't worry to lobby taxfree later and later on mccormick gets it to another dead crisis now you find yourself are no hook again for the taxes later to offer that never happened really government changes the rules all the time they've already inflated away the value of your all the social security distributions you put in over the years or or input you put had folks that never pay taxes now you could pay later it just doesn't make sense i'm sorry to me it does it you're dealing with.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"Now you may say well then at sound sensible why don't you why don't you liked that number one because i don't like the government get involved in just about anything other than the military and courses was under the government's frequent business when i want to pay the taxes if i want to pay the taxes now want to pay the taxes later on a paying the taxes stay out of my way let me make my own choices but i never agreed with that decision why folks the government could change the rules and the golden rule i always libai is never ever ever pay taxes now that you can legally pay later i'm not suggesting tax tax evasion that's a crime member taxavoidance is not a crime tax evasion is a crime and that recommending you don't pay your taxes do your thing don't get troubled walk obviously because i public servants announcement for the day over but as a golden rule in mice that eu finance never ever pay taxes now that you can pay later because there's no guarantee later on they won't change the rules you see where i'm going with this joe so let's say everybody's converted to a roth and pays the taxes upfront don't worry to lobby taxfree later and later on mccormick gets it to another dead crisis now you find yourself are no hook again for the taxes later to offer that never happened really government changes the rules all the time they've already inflated away the value of your all the social security distributions you put in over the years or or input you put had folks that never pay taxes now you could pay later it just doesn't make sense i'm sorry to me it does it you're dealing with.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on Life, Money and Hope with Chris Brown

"But it takes time it takes patience i love what dave ramsey says the only people that get hurt on a roller coaster are the people that jump off that's true the stock market can be a rollercoaster but the only people that get hurt i remember they pull out all that stuff early and pay the fees on it and next thing you know went right back up and actually went up higher but you pull down it's not good right so keep it in there all the way till retirement be patient invest little by little and think longterm and alas principle we see in the scriptures is a faithful management the bible tells us in first corinthians four to those who have been entrusted to be managers that's us must prove faithful we are managing four the owner god's the owner and his wanting us to manage in such a way whereas much money as possible is available for the kingdom for kingdom work within the bounds of us obeying the authority and government he put in power so we want to make sure that we're you know not involved and tax evasion or anything like that right so knowing this we have to look for tax advantages or tax avoidance not tax evasion cried when when whenever investing the chris how in the world can i know all this stuff i mean how in the world lum trying to help make this less complicated but i also know if you haven't really thought about this stuff before it really could overwhelm you that's why i recommend that you talked with one of our smartvestor s so let me boiled all of that biblical guidance down and obviously there's much more in the bible for we had more time and i really want to simplify my recommendation.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"This unit known as he i is one of the federal government's most tightknit specialized secretive investigative entities it has twenty five hundred agents focusing exclusively on financial crime including tax evasion and money laundering the irs does have access to trump's tax returns potential financial crimes are a central part of muller's probes that is part of the thing trump has said in the past that that would be the red line for him as if muller started looking into financial dealings of his family and muller said screw that i'm looking wherever i please there is a problem to which that trump has not actually staffed up the irs red trump has not actually staffed up the irs this according to daily beast the team up between the irs and muller probe could come a political complications muller has already taken some criticism for the number of democratic donors on his team those critiques intensified yesterday afternoon announcement about schneidermann also it is pretty clear that trump has not filled out a lot of the senior positions at these particular at these particular agencies by trump has not yet named his pick to run the tax division which is a post that require senate confirmation and also a post which could help out milan's investigations right now and obama appointee is filling the slot they can work with muller to give him the information similar can get all the dirt that he wants right now trump has put himself in that situation because remember it was trump's activity regarding james me it was his dragging in of deputy attorney general rod rosenstein that led to the appointment of the special council in the first place now if he fires the special counsel in.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Well they couldn't get him on uh any of the murder or other criminal charges but they got him on tax evasion remember the the income tax uh started around 1916 and between 1916 and say nineteen 24 25 the laws weren't clear uh some people you know you had to volunteer if you thought you attacks you all you volunteered to pay them and so al of course ignored this because he said uh while he had no legitimate income so therefore he didn't have to pay taxes and uh there's a love really what it wasn't elliott nece it wasn't that all whole untouchable myth it was a bunch of tax accountants and fbi agents who follow the money they found the few books that the outfit kept and they were able to pin all sorts of charges on al capone uh in years since uh various bar associations have reenacted that trial in they say there is no way in the world uh he would have been convicted today where the laws are clear uh but at that time and is one of these lawyer said well it was chicago things are different in chicago so he went to prison which just got a couple of minutes he was in different prisons unit up an alcatraz with serious as syphilis and came out in in big trouble how many years later yeah he had the mentality of somewhere between seven and twelve years old when he was released from prison and um they took him home to miami he loved being on his estate in the last couple of years of his life he died in his bed with his wife and his son and grandchildren all the rest of the extended family around him and he was forty seven years old when he died he was very young what year was that the ninety four dabbas nineteen fortyseven forty this right when he was almost heaves 48 actually 48 in nineteen seven what it is barely do with his legacy here they were they're leery the got the big house but bowed tough story behind at how outta they handle it in in his sons generation and following.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on Super Station 101

"You ever been guilty of tax evasion what is tax evasion now they're probably as a technical definition of tax evasion which means they think you were try not to pay some of your taxes so have you is there any possible bility that you made a mistake ever doing your tax return asset of mistake but even if you made a mistake you're still guilt you've probably could still be guilty of some sort of tax evasion you didn't you didn't turn on the rat receipt for that last thing you to do the um the hanna home or whatever sort of organization that was you know helping the poor it ended up thriftstore whatever you try may not have done that rat you may have said that that old treadmill you never used worth seventy dollars and it was really only worth forty dollars according to the federal government or did you accidentally terni in the wrong um reimbursement form because you really didn't stay rat downtown in the big city you were out in the suburb but you thought you were in chicago cubs it's all chicago to you but no the federal government is a fivedollar difference you get a little more money into cargo than you do in that little suburb so were you evade ding taxes my point is that this article from the he'll salan that moeller is now going to look into business transactions now they're saying now is business ties because he did some work tried to do some work in russia but once you start looking into business ties i'm telling you you're going to be able to find something somewhere then said you know what you had a thousand dollars that you wrote off but really your private jet was flying in international airspace not in american airspace in you can't do that because it's a different ray that's the point to be a point oath five and you wrote off a point.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"For mark tonight go ahead thank you for taking my call i would like to bring up the idea that i feel like it's important on sanctuary city which i have heard nobody say i feel like this is a democrat victory because there is no different in shop late gains tax evasion of wires layers in the council people that are supporting they're not going to jail instead of just getting their find cat off that's not right to behind bars just like illegal immigrants hard to keep saying the laws of the land is that correct well you would think so but no they they say you can do whatever you want to do whenever you want to do it however you wanna do it they don't listen to me what i say i don't wanna pay your taxes are out at wanna do this or that you know why do they acquire they above the law you know there needs to be i don't mark i don't i i can't even come close to what mark died by a long time ago he told exactly how uh they can be forced to either obey the law or go to jail and that's the way it should be there should not be if kicking the funds away that's right i completely agree with you there younger you if a democratic victory because this is just one total lawlessness.

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"tax evasion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"tax evasion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"For businesses that's why you about evolution powerful tax evasion technology evolution superfly shields traction other business tax taxes with realtime tax rate calculations an automatic returned fire of loose of were already integrates with your accounting ecommerce shen porter sales systems should he couldn't be easier find out how the good load of illiterate can help you evola dot com that's ava la are a dot com a new poll suggests terrorist threats are having an impact on how american's plan their activities gallup organisation says a record high number of americans thirty eight percent are less willing to attend events with large crowds and it's due to the threat of terrorism that data was collected right after the may twenty second terror attack on concert goers in manchester england and the june third attack on a crowded bridge and restaurants in london the previous high was thirty two percent back in two thousand two not long after the nine eleven attacks forty six percent say they are also less willing to travel overseas due to terror our ism concerns i'm jan johnson the us justice department wants his supreme court to take up a yearslong legal fight with microsoft at issue is a 2016 court ruling that determine that microsoft didn't have to handover customers data that was toward on computers in another country i'm anne cates and i'm susanna palmer from bloomberg world headquarters as ibrar attack disabled some of the uk parliament's communications today and this disrupted the ability of lawmakers to access their email house of commons spokeswoman said in order to stop the attack from spreading the governor meant blocked members of parliament from accessing their official email accounts from outside official.

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