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Criminal Tax Violations

US Supreme Court Puts the Brakes on IRS Obstruction Prosecutions

By Bruce L. Udolf, P.A. |

Paying a waiter or babysitter in cash could have constituted a felony tax obstruction offense under the government’s expansive interpretation of the obstruction statutes. The March 21 ruling by the US Supreme Court places a limit to that interpretation, requiring the government to provide fair warning on the felony line. In a 7-2 decision… Read More »

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How secret offshore money helps fuel Miami’s luxury real-estate boom

By Bruce L. Udolf, P.A. |

At the end of 2011, a company called Isaias 21 Property paid nearly $3 million — in cash — for an oceanfront Bal Harbour condo.  But it wasn’t clear who really owned the three-bedroom unit at the newly built St. Regis, an ultra-luxury high-rise that pampers residents with 24-hour room service and a private… Read More »

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