The U.S. Internal Revenue Service's criminal division will open more investigations into members of an anti-government group that refuse to pay income tax, according to a senior agency official.
The criminal division of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service will send representatives to two nations in an effort to better coordinate financial crime investigations, a senior agency official said Monday.
With the first deadline for an anti-tax evasion law a year away, foreign financial institutions remain unsure about their obligation to renew certain certifications and amend their recordkeeping procedures.
Rules intended to collect data on offshore American assets will be most greatly softened for financial institutions in five European nations, the U.S. Treasury Department proposed Wednesday.
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service Thursday extended deadlines and introduced a phased-approach for foreign banks to comply with a new law designed to detect and discourage tax evasion.
A U.S. anti-tax haven law that goes into effect in 2013 may serve as a model for European legislators seeking to recoup lost tax revenue, said speakers at an anti-money laundering conference on Monday and Tuesday.