tax evasion


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tax evasion

reduction or minimization of tax liability by illegal methods
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Under the previous administration, 492 tax evasion cases were filed with the Department of Justice (DOJ).
66 billion more on taxes thanks to measures against tax evasion.
Special Judge Customs Muhammad Shiraz Kiyani conducted the hearing of the money laundering and tax evasion case against NTS in Rawalpindi on Saturday.
Agabin said employees with illegally acquired wealth should also be charged with tax evasion, in addition to forfeiture cases initiated by the Office of the Ombudsman.
Tax evasion is about hiding income and assets from HMRC.
Justice Shahid Jamil of the LHC passed the orders while disposing of a petition filed by the singer against seizure of his accounts by the FBR over alleged tax evasion charges.
Head of the brigade, Mohamed Kazzah, said the creation of this structure aims to fight against the phenomenon of tax evasion in the various economic activities, including in particular trade and services, noting that this brigade is composed of tax investigators in charge of investigating suspected tax evasion from taxpayers and on-the-spot checks of taxpayers.
facilitation of a UK tax evasion (section 45 offence) and
Judge Joe Binkley accepted Alshinnawis guilty plea to two counts of tax evasion, placed him on two years of supervised probation, and suspended his sentencing until August 31, 2019.
48 billion was charged to the said firm on the basis of tax evasion for one year.
Werner Mauss, described as Germany's answer to James Bond, went on trial Monday for tax evasion, accused of hiding some 50 million euros from the government in a number of offshore accounts in Luxembourg, Lichtenstein and the Bahamas.
Concisely, tax evasion involves the avoidance of lawfully assessed taxes owed to the general consolidated budget of Romania.

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