tax evasion

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tax evasion

reduction or minimization of tax liability by illegal methods
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But today, those leading KRA cannot ask Kenyans to file tax returns so that tujitegemee, yet majority of our politicians and shrewd businesses persons are fraudsters, evading taxes every chance they get.
Islamabad [Pakistan], May 16 ( ANI ): Pakistan customs officials are reportedly reluctant to file a criminal case against a Chinese company for evading taxes due to what they described as "national interests".
BEIRUT: In a statement Wednesday, March 14 General Secretariat member Nawfal Daou said the vote law should oblige candidates to show bills and tax forms as proof they are not evading taxes. He also demanded candidates have a clean criminal record.
Digital Links, a supplier of surveillance equipment, has admitted to evading taxes, and agreed to make payments to avoid criminal proceedings, as investigators plan to further expand scope of the investigation to suppliers and buyers of the entity.
He said that Prime Minister's family has confessed to evading taxes.
The findings have been thrown up in the ongoing investigation into the misuse of stock markets for evading taxes and laundering black money.
Unbeknownst to Joe, with the device in place, and given the structure of the example, he cannot do more, in order to behave in a morally right way, than paying careful attention to moral reasons against evading taxes. He cannot decide not to evade taxes, for, in order to do this, and given his predominantly selfish character, he should first attend to moral reasons for doing so, but then the device would fire and take over Joe's deliberation and decision making.
When you say I'm evading taxes, you have to prove it.
The bank has become the first Swiss firm to agree to crack down on wealthy Americans evading taxes. More banks are expected to follow suit.
In a statement, HSBC said: Clamping down on those who try to cheat the system through evading taxes and over-claiming benefits is a top priority for us, and we value the information we receive."