All posts in " The Hunt for Taxes "

Capital Flows & the Shift to USA for Taxes

By admin / July 6, 2016

Since the publication of the Panama Papers, the assets of the wealthy from around the world have been flowing into United States at a sharply increased pace. Tracking capital flows has revealed that capital outflows of liquidity from the EU have distinctly accelerated. The United States is definitively becoming the replacement for Switzerland. The IRS has even […]


A Reader’s Comment on the Problems with Safe-Deposit Boxes

By admin / June 16, 2016

COMMENT: I am an attorney in Texas. We have been advising clients NOT to use safe deposit boxes for years. Examples are: We had a client involved in a multiparty suit. I got a court order and sent somebody over to a decedent’s safe deposit box with witnesses and a video camera. The bottom of […]


Oklahoma Police Can Seize Your Entire Bank Account on a Traffic Stop Without Any Charges

By admin / June 9, 2016

    The one state that has gone complete anti-democratic is Oklahoma. It is wise not to travel in that state at all. Oklahoma should be on a no-fly zone. Now, Oklahoma police can outright seize everything you have from debit cards to bank accounts on a traffic stop without any criminal charges being filed. If some policeman thinks you’re doing […]


Hunt for Taxes: Safe-Deposit Boxes Under Attack

By admin / June 3, 2016

HSBC is altering its oversight of safe-deposit boxes in Hong Kong. Governments are targeting safe-deposit boxes to look for cash that is hiding from taxation. HSBC, a U.K. bank, is now moving against claimed financial crimes by altering conditions for safe-deposit boxes. This is becoming a global trend. Anything of value that is stored in a […]


G20 Blames Your Psychological Problems for their Failure

By admin / June 2, 2016

The G20 central bank and finance ministers met in Shanghai in April and cheered the rally in the markets after patting themselves on the back. They then issued their communication, effectively blaming the private sector for not paying enough taxes for them to squander. They issued their Financial Action Task Force on Money Laundering (FATF), which is really […]


Panama Paper Names to be Partially Released Today?

By admin / May 9, 2016

The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has said that they will release the names of the people involved in the Panama Papers today. They will be withholding the actual documents, which include everything from copies of passports, telephone numbers, Mossack Fonseca’s internal emails, and, in some cases, financial records. Material that will not be included in […]


Can You be Forced to Incriminate Yourself With Your Phone of Computer?

By admin / May 7, 2016

The government is dancing between the raindrops. The 5th Amendment states that you cannot be compelled to testify against yourself. You have the right to remain silent. So how do they get around this? In my case, I personally was not held in contempt since that would have violated my constitutional right. Instead, the corporate […]


Asset Recycling – Robbing Pensions to Cover Govt. Costs

By admin / April 25, 2016

We are facing a pension crisis, thanks to negative interest rates that have destroyed pension funds. Pension funds are a tempting pot of money that government cannot keep its hands out of. The federal government of Canada, for example, is looking to reduce the cost of government by shifting Canada’s mounting infrastructure costs to the […]


Bundesbank Bank’s Thiele Against Electronic Money

By admin / April 17, 2016

The Bundesbank (German Central Bank) has come out to oppose eliminating cash. During the pre-euro years, the Bundesbank was providing us with inside info on the euro preparations because they were outright against it. Those who always hate central banks do not realize that they are not always what it seems. The Bundesbank is now […]


European Court of Justice: Banks Cannot Rely on Secrecy Laws to Deny Taxes

By admin / April 17, 2016

General view of the buildings of the Court of Justice of the European Communities The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has stated that banking secrecy established in Austria cannot be relied upon by German bank branches in Austria to defeat tax authorities. Branches of German credit institutions in Austria must, therefore, provide information on accounts […]

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