The IRS required all withholding foreign partnerships (WFPs) and withholding
foreign trusts (WFTs) to renew their status with the IRS by the end of August
2014. This is the first of several changes that effect WFPs and WFTs under
the commonly referred to FATCA “Chapter 3″ rules.
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Land Rover has been very mysterious with the unveiling of the all new
Discovery Sport. Like a breadcrumb trail we have been given small nibbles,
but now we finally got a taste and boy was it delicious.
Originally unveiled as a concept car at the New York Auto Show there has been
much anticipation to see which features and design concepts would be use on
this compact SUV.
The Inside View
The next breadcrumb came from a camouflage wrap. Through the wrap you are
able to peek into the interior packaging that shows the unique seating
arrangement of the compact SUV. Featuring the expec... (more)
The Porsche Macan is anything but ordinary, but it is equipped to handle your
everyday adventures to your exotic trips. The sporty design allows for
efficient use of space, but having the right accessories to compliment the
Macan can allow you to make even more efficient use of the available cabin
and cargo space.
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‘Real Housewives’ stars Teresa and Joe Giudice sentenced to serve
15 months and 41 months, respectively, in prison serving concurrent terms
Jeffrey S. Freeman, J.D., LL.M
When you lie, cheat, and steal you go to jail, even if you are a ‘Real
Housewives’ star. Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe Giudice were
sentenced to serve concurrent terms for conspiracy to commit mail and wire
fraud along with three different types of bankruptcy fraud.
Starring in the Real Housewives of New Jersey, the Giudices are captured
living in a luxurious home and spending untold ... (more)
The IRS offshore disclosure programs were created to bring those with unpaid
taxes from their offshore accounts to rectify their errors. Intentional or
not, the offshore voluntary disclosure programs (OVDP) still hit individuals
with penalties ranging from 27.5-50%, but they are protected from further
audit and criminal liability. The OVDP protects taxpayers from possible
criminal charges stemming from tax evasion or concealing tax payment, filing
false returns, and failing to file income tax returns.
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