Few institutions are prepared for FATCA despite delays, report says

October, 2013

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Hay amnistía fiscal para evasores

Es estadounidense o tiene residencia de ese país, pero nunca ha declarado su renta al fisco de Estados Unidos. Nunca sus cuentas han sido objeto de investigación por parte de las autoridades fiscales de EE. UU. Y ahora quiere ordenar

Non-compliance with FATCA by China would not prevent Asia-wide implementation, say industry officials

Should China decide not to sign on to the U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or FATCA, the rest of Asia would likely still comply with it, said industry officials. Earlier this month, several Asian jurisdictions were named by the U.S. Treasury

Lack of IRS audits will not shield firms from FATCA consequences, warn officials

Financial institutions in Asia should not be lulled into a false sense of security over the fact that the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) will not conduct audits of information provided by firms under the U.S. Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (2010),

EE.UU. cobrara impuestos en Costa Rica

Bancos y gobierno nacional deberan dar informacion financiera a Washington. Lea el resto del artículo aquí.  

FATCA – The IRS Goes Global

Download the PDF Version of This Article Since Sept. 11, a confluence of factors has resulted in the establishment of much stronger international tax compliance rules and enforcement procedures for U.S. taxpayers. Two very different federal priorities, (1) preventing and

“Know how to read them”

February 26, 2007

Monday, February 26, 2007 FINANCIAL STATEMENTS BY STANLEY I. FOODMAN SPECIAL TO THE NATIONAL LAW JOURNAL In working with attorneys in the United States and foreign countries, I’ve noticed that many of them are uncertain of what they are viewing


“BDO Seidman case gears up”

January 16, 2007

Tuesday, January 16, 2007 COURTS Jury selection begins today in the $170 million case against accounting firm BDO Seidman for its audit work of E.S. Bankest, a factoring firm that turned out to be a fraud. BY PATRICK DANNER pdanner@MiamiHerald.com


“After latest embezzlement scandal, Davie mayor calls for reform in finance system”

November 18, 2005

Posted November 18 2005 By Thomas Monnay Staff Writer DAVIE · In the wake of an alleged embezzlement by suspended Town Administrator Chris Kovanes, council members want to bring in a consultant to help fix their bidding process. “Obviously we


“Defrauding the Small Business Investment Company Program: A Case Study”

October/November 2005

October/November 2005 — Vol. 1, No. 4 By Stanley Foodman, CPA A little-known fact is that the federal government is the largest single investor in U.S. private equity funds. At the end of fiscal year 2004, the U.S. Small Business

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“New Bankruptcy Law: Blip or Blow for Florida Physicians?”

October 18 – November 7, 2005

Florida Medical Business Oct. 18, 2005 – Nov. 7, 2005 Part 1 of 2 By MAUREEN GLABMAN A South Florida surgeon without liability insurance receives a $7 million judgment in a medical malpractice case. Of his assets, a $1 million