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FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy

FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy (Golding & Golding) FBAR & Whistleblower (2018) – IRS Laws Put Foreign Accounts in Jeopardy As if there are not enough things in life for you to worry … Continue reading

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The SEC and Foreign Private Issuers: A Path to Optimal Public Enforcement

Posted by Yuliya Guseva (Rutgers), on Sunday, September 30, 2018 Editor's Note: Yuliya Guseva is Associate Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School. This post is based on her recent article, recently published in the Boston College Law Review. The question of finding … Continue reading

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Tax Court Denies Government Summary Judgement in Foreign Income Case

Tax Court Denies Government a Quick Win in Foreign Income Case In Zuhovitzky v. CIR, T.C. Memo 2015-158, the government filed a motion for partial summary judgment on the issue wither the petitioner is subject to U.S. tax on worldwide … Continue reading

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Can a Professional Gambler Take the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion?

I was asked that question this past week: Can a professional gambler take the Foreign Earned Income Exclusion? The Exclusion allows one to exclude about $100,000 of income from income tax. The IRS website (which is quite good) has a … Continue reading

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Hungarian Foreign Minister: We Want a Christian Hungary, a Christian Europe

In recent years, Hungary has been almost alone in Europe in fighting to retain its Christian heritage and to preserve its Christian identity in the face of a European Union that has tried to do the opposite. And it has … Continue reading

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