Tax Evasion

A Tale Of Two Policy Events

On the surface, Lloyd's Bank shutting down American's bank accounts, and the transfer of the four Chinese Muslim Uighurs to Bermuda without so much as a "by your leave" to Britain, lacks any similarity, until of course, you read the fine print. These two events have stemmed from two completely different policy stances by the current resident in the White House.  First, closing Gitmo, and second, chasing down tax evaders, (excepting, of course, his cabinet.  Can we fire congress and bambi yet?). Go here to catch up on what the British banks told Bambi to do back on May 25th,…
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The Moral Of The Story; Treasury Issued Fringe Benefits

Remember This? Given what our current VP in charge of nothing said back on the campaign trail, wouldn't that make the 13 TARP receiving banks who owe back taxes unpatriotic, and would it not make GM suspect?  Once again, read the whole article and cast your eye on TurboTax Timmie's Treasury Department. GM bailout has future tax break worth billions WASHINGTON (AP) - The government bailout of General Motors includes a valuable prize for the ailing carmaker: a tax break that could save GM and its future investors more than $12 billion—if it ever becomes profitable again. But these are…
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