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tax evasion

reduction or minimization of tax liability by illegal methods
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The Congress is disturbing the House to evade themselves from questions relating to PNB scam," he said.
In another case of Hyderabad, the Director of an infrastructure company was sentenced to rigorous imprisonment of six months and fine for wilful attempt to evade tax.
Broadening the software to include a variety of video streams and data makes the latest EVADE version a far more powerful tool to target hazardous exposures.
Four other people pleaded guilty this week to conspiring to evade duty payable on tobacco products between July 1, 2012 and August 14, 2013.
The panel of experts analyzed sanctions, starting from the country's first nuclear test in 2006, and are checking how the country has been able to evade them.
The woman, who lived in a five-storey building on Trikoupis Street in the old town of Nicosia, had tried to evade a police check on Friday evening by jumping into an adjacent flat through a lightwell.
BEIRUT: Authorities foiled Tuesday a number of attempts to evade customs fees and smuggle illegal products into Lebanon, Finance Minister Ali Hasan Khalil said.
Treasury's action against over 25 entities and individuals, who are involved in expanding Iran's proliferation program, supporting terrorism in the region and helping Iran evade US and international sanctions, reflects our continuing determination to take action against anyone, anywhere, who violates our sanctions," Under Secretary for Terrorism and Financial Intelligence David Cohen said in a statement.
This is in light of criminals who have resorted to facelifts to evade the long arm of law, the bill read.
The department also said it was targeting a firm based in Dubai and several associated individuals for helping Iran evade U.
6501(c) (1) if Beg had the specific intent to evade City Wide's taxes, it concluded that the IRS had failed to prove that Beg had this intent.
The new body style, design and aesthetic of EVADE (which Conquest Vehicle's flagship vehicle, the Knight XV will also inherit), includes new headlights and taillights sleekly wrapping around the sides of the vehicle, narrower fender flares, a redesigned grille, hood scoop, the addition of a third tandem sunroof and a wider backdoor to accommodate EVADE's wider body frame to allow for exit/entry of executive security though the rear of the vehicle.