It’s unlikely that the Black Panther or Spider Man would need any help with this. And a character like the Hulk would certainly confront the challenge in resolute head-on fashion, spending scant little time pounding all obstacles into submission.
We commented on a major IRS announcement in a recent blog post, noting in our March 20 entry that the agency’s Offshore Voluntary Disclosure Program launched back in 2009 will officially terminate on September 28 of this year. We stressed that many Americans holding offshore assets might reasonably “be buoyed” by that news.
“Who’d want to chance it?”
Legions of taxpayers and estate holders in California and across the country have dreaded for years the acronym FATCA and what it stands for. The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act enacted as federal law by Congress in 2010 has long been viewed as a near limitless power often wielded by the IRS in selective and unfair ways.
Just about any third party with even casual knowledge of Harper Lee and her life can readily see why the famed American author's estate is now commanding considerable interest following her death two years ago.
Americans residing abroad or living domestically with overseas financial holdings have been a collectively peeved bunch for years in their dealings with the U.S. Internal Revenue Service. Legions of them have been notably put out -- and rendered fearful -- by agency exactions concerning their overseas financial holdings.
"This stuff wouldn't happen to Elvis Presley," says a son of legendary musical artist and entertainer James Brown, who died in 2006.
Warfare changes lives, and celebrated battles across the centuries have unquestionably contributed to materially changed human circumstances.
In reference to today's above blog headline, we're addressing the singer, not the city.
Because our audience follows tax-related stories and developments, we know that the term Panama Papers will figuratively ring a bell for many readers.