IRS’s New Amnesty Program for Undisclosed Offshore Account Holders Comes at a Critical Time: Julius Baer Turns Over U.S. Client DataOffshore Account Update
Posted on August 17, 2011 | Share
The IRS reported that eight banks, including the Swiss bank Julius Baer, turned over U.S. client data on taxpayers suspected of tax evasion on January 30, 2012. This does not put an end to the negotiations between the U.S. and Switzerland; three more banks are still expected to turn over client data and a total of 11 banks, also including Julius Baer, are expected to pay heavy fines.
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