tax evasion

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the deliberate failure to pay taxes (usually by making a false report)

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In fact, all corrupt BIR examiners and government officials are guilty of tax evasion since income from all sources including corruption and other illegal means is subject to income tax.
The fight against tax evasion intensified particularly after the financial crisis, when the most efficient measures were introduced, according to Miroslav Marcinin of the Slovak Chamber of Tax Advisors (SKDP).
If they do not pay taxes, that is tax evasion and they will be liable criminally.
They need to change the law so that certain forms of tax avoidance become tax evasion, and then prosecute those that are guilty of it.
Earlier, the petitioner's counsel apprised the court that the client paid his income tax regularly but the FBR had seized his bank accounts over alleged charges of tax evasion.
The tax control actions will be essentially focused on commercial activities and services, being the sectors most affected by tax evasion, according to the official.
facilitation of a foreign tax evasion (section 46 offence).
Keywords: state budget revenues, fiscal risks, tax evasion, measures to fight and prevent
Both tax evasion and avoidance are essentially of tax non-compliance, as they describe a range of activities that intend to undermine the tax system.
Summary: Lebanon and 100 other countries are signing an agreement to share financial information to tackle tax evasion, the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development said Wednesday.
Global Banking News-April 12, 2016--Nordea Bank refutes charges that it helped offshore tax evasion
The Commons Public Accounts Committee said HMRC's record of just 11 prosecutions for offshore tax evasion in the past five years was "woefully inadequate" and offered no credible deterrent to lawbreakers.
The chairman of the Senate Committee on Ways and Means has urged his colleagues to look into feasibility of lifting the Bank Secrecy Law provisions on serious tax evasion cases, while ensuring that safeguards are in place to protect the legitimate bank depositors.
HM Treasury on Thursday reported that tax evaders and the professionals who enable tax evasion will face new sanctions, including two new criminal offences and higher penalties.
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