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Archive by Month: July 2011

Credit Suisse in Serious Trouble: Account Holders Next as 1 Month for Amnesty Remains

Offshore Account Update, UBS / HSBC

Posted in on July 28, 2011

Time running out for Credit Suisse undisclosed account holders!

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Offshore HSBC Account Holders: Will be Investigated by DOJ

Offshore Account Update, UBS / HSBC

Posted in on July 25, 2011

A California Federal Judge signed an Order on April 7, 2011, giving the Internal Revenue Service the right to serve a summons on HSBC USA.  The summons would provide the government with the identity of current taxpayers whose accounts are already in question.

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HSBC Account Holders with Undisclosed Offshore Bank Accounts: You’re Next!

Offshore Account Update, UBS / HSBC

Posted in on July 20, 2011

On April 7, 2011, the DOJ announced that the government has expanded its focus to include undisclosed foreign bank accounts with HSBC. The government has reason to believe that many unnamed taxpayers have been investing with HSBC India through HSBC USA in order to evade taxes.

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IRS Continues to Investigate Offshore Accounts: IRS Amnesty Program Way Out!

Offshore Account Update, UBS / HSBC

Posted in on July 15, 2011

The IRS’s New Amnesty Program can help individuals with undisclosed accounts avoid incarceration but the program expires on August 31, 2011.  I believe this is the perfect time for taxpayers with undisclosed accounts to take advantage of the IRS’s New Amnesty Program for undisclosed offshore accounts.

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Undisclosed UBS Account Holder Pleads Guilty to Willfulness

Offshore Account Update, UBS / HSBC

Posted in on July 10, 2011

Arthur Joel Eisenberg, an undisclosed offshore account holder with Swiss bank UBS, pled guilty in a federal court in Seattle, Washington. Eisenberg was charged of willfully filing a false tax return as well as failing to disclose that he had a financial interest in an offshore account. He paid a $2.1 million penalty for failing to file a FBAR; in addition to incarceration and future probation.

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