Tax Law

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State Net Capitol Journal – February 8, 2016; Costly Legal Cases Pending in Texas
Posted on 8 Feb 2016 by State Net

Budget & Taxes Costly Legal Cases Pending in TX A pair of legal cases could have a big impact on budget decisions in Texas next year, when lawmakers meet again in regular session. One of the cases, set to go before the Texas Supreme Court... Read More

Booker Variances are More Common in Tax Crimes. Why? And Do They Disproportionately Benefit the Rich?
Posted on 12 Jun 2014 by Jack Townsend

Readers of this blog should be familiar with the name Ty Warner. He is the billionaire who cheated on his U.S. taxes big time (the financially big can cheat big) and, in addition, willfully failed to file the FBARs. He pled guilty to a reduced set of... Read More