Manchester United was missing Alexis Sánchez at the start of its US tour. The forward was reportedly denied access to the United States due to a tax fraud conviction.
On June 14, 2018, soccer’s World Cup, kicked off. With 32 teams each boasting a squad of 23 players, there are more than 700 players making an appearance. Of those, here are eight soccer players in the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia who have been caught up in tax scandals.
Earlier this week, a charity auction to have lunch with Warren Buffett resulted in a winning bid of $3,300,100.
When you have the means to spend $3 million on lunch, you might not be looking for a tax break. But here’s why it could make good tax sense this year.
On this day, 86 years ago, the feds finally got their man: Al Capone was found guilty of tax evasion.
Nearly ten years after the discovery of a massive fraud scheme orchestrated by Bernie Madoff – and five years after the Department of Justice created a compensation fund to deal with the aftermath – Congressman Vern Buchanan (R-FL) claims that Madoff’s victims “have not received a penny” of relief.
The world’s highest paid athlete, Cristiano Ronaldo, has been accused of tax evasion. The Real Madrid super star reeled in $93 million last year, putting him ahead of basketball giant LeBron James and La Liga rival, Lionel Messi.