Treasury Department Archive

Former Bank Teller Going to Federal Prison For Fraud Crimes

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares A former bank teller has been sentenced to over two years in federal prison on serious fraud charges. Karen Farrell Tigler, of Marrero, Louisiana, will face 27 months imprisonment followed by two years of probation. United States District Judge Sarah S. Vance also ordered Tigler to Tigler to pay a $200.00 mandatory special assessment fee,

Roadmap to Effective Beneficial Ownership Transparency (REBOT)

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Prohibit bearer shares, discretionary trusts and nominees, discourage complex ownership chains, cover state-owned companies as well as listed companies and investment funds by applying even lower thresholds, and interconnect beneficial ownership registries with each other and with asset registries. Why? Loopholes, such as bearer shares, nominees and exemptions for listed companies, create secrecy

Tax Justice Network Arabic podcast #62: بولط تونس: تسريب معطيات نحو تل أبيب، تهرّب ضريبي وجرائم أخرى

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Welcome to the 62nd edition of our Arabic podcast/radio show Taxes Simply الجباية ببساطة contributing to tax justice public debate around the world. It’s produced and presented by Walid Ben Rhouma and is available on most podcast apps. Any radio station is welcome to broadcast it for free and websites are also welcome to share it. You can follow

If Debt Ceiling Wishes Were Horses, Beggars Would Ride

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares For a debt limit deal, what might the House GOP in exchange? The Washington Post outlines several ideas currently in the mix among House Republicans: cutting spending, reforming Social Security and Medicare, repealing the $80 billion funding boost for the IRS, clawing back aid for Covid-19 relief programs, and adding new work requirements

Still No Movement in Debt Limit Talks

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Though it depends on who you ask. Speaker Kevin McCarthy predicted earlier this week that he’d be able to strike a deficit reduction deal with President Biden in exchange for raising the debt limit. But Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said yesterday that both Biden and he are firm in their position that

Three State Tax Cut Lessons for 2023

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The past two years were a great time to make state tax policy. Booming revenue collections combined with hundreds of billions of dollars from Congress in pandemic-related aid took tough budget decisions off the agenda in most states. In fact, 29 states passed major tax cuts in 2021 and 35 states did so

Nebraska Tax Relief Solutions: Nebraksa Income Tax Reform

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Note: The following is Tax Foundation testimony submitted to the Nebraska Revenue Committee ahead of the hearing on LB754 on February 2, 2023. Chair Linehan and Members of the Revenue Committee: As you consider providing tax relief to Nebraska residents, I appreciate the opportunity to share how reducing top marginal individual and corporate

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