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# Tax Evasion

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Lawyer found guilty of tax evasion - four years after he died
Sergei Magnitsky died in prison in 2009 after he accused the Russian government of organising a tax scam – but was then charged with the crime he uncovered.
Ireland is "stealing" the UK's tax funds, according to NI finance minister
Safe to say we know what Sammy Wilson wants to see on the G8 agenda, then.
VIDEO: Lionel Messi shows Guatamala why he's the world's best player
The striker overtook Diego Maradona on the list of Argentina’s top goalscorers last night.
Fuel laundering plant with 7 tonnes of toxic waste uncovered in Monaghan
The facility has the capacity to launder 15 million litres of fuel every year.
Kenny to talk tax with European Council
He will speak about how best to tackle tax evasion and fraud during the meeting in Brussels.
Wesley Snipes released from prison
The 50-year-old actor was jailed for tax evasion charges.
Liechtenstein hands over information about suspected US tax dodgers
The data transfer comes after a demand by the US Justice Department.
Chocolate giant Cadbury accused of tax evasion
Cadbury India is alleged to have looked for tax exemptions for plants that didn’t exist.
Russia to charge boss of lawyer in posthumous trial‎
The US employer of a Russian whistleblowing attorney who died in jail is to face charges, along with the deceased lawyer.
Almost 2,500 convictions for tax and excise offences in 2012
There were 25 convictions for serious tax evasion in 2012 according to figures released by Revenue this evening.
Revenue close down 38 filling stations this year in black market crackdown
The Revenue Commissioners have warned that the illegal trade in oil laundering represents a serious threat to the Exchequer.
Column: Tax dodging hurts us all – but especially the poor
Tax breaks for the wealthy are a political choice – and it means the less well-off pay more, writes Sorley McCaughey.
Harry Redknapp and Milan Mandaric 'not guilty' on bung charges
Tottenham Hotspur manager and former Portsmouth boss cleared on all counts this morning.
Property development firm in €3.64m settlement to Revenue
Meanwhile, champion horse trainer Aidan O’Brien has also had to pay penalties incurred following an investigation into offshore funds.
Wesley Snipes to stay in prison after failed appeal
A US federal court today rejected the Hollywood star’s appeal of his three-year term.
New York's only Irish strip club in tax evasion probe
Gallagher’s 2000 is located near the Irish neighbourhood of Sunnyside in Queens.
While Greece riots, Italy passes €47bn austerity plan
Europe’s financial worries deepen as Italy plans for more austerity measures to balance its budget.
Silvio Berlusconi faces tax fraud charges as trial resumes
The Italian prime minister faces four trials – with charges including fraud, embezzlement, tax evasion and paying for sex with an underage prostitute.
Revenue uses Google Earth to check up on tax evaders
Internet site could be very useful tool for Revenue Commissioners in their search for evidence of undeclared wealth.