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Alexander Hamilton Was Robbed

Suppose you were Treasury secretary at a moment of worrisome global financial instability. Here is near-bankrupt Greece, truculently threatening, unless Germany pays the pensions of its retirees and the salaries of its public servants, to undermine Europe’s rather fanciful currency, managed by a central bank operating within no single government’s fiscal policy. 1,162 more words

Say Hello To My Little Friend...

… I call him FinCEN.

FinCEN, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, a division of the US Department of Treasury, issued  a GTO, or… 206 more words

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Day Trip to Washington D.C.

In an attempt to procrastinate finishing my thesis, I decided to take a day trip to the nation’s capital, Washington D.C. Even though I have been to D.C countless times, the history geek in me always seem to learn so much and enjoy every trip. 346 more words

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Inversion Mergers Raise Compliance Concerns

In 2014, many firms merged with foreign firms to execute an inversion so that they will be subjects of a different tax jurisdiction. The idea was to answer to foreign taxation first, only paying the difference, if anything at all, to the US government, creating massive savings. 408 more words

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Bank in Andorra helped money launderers

Do you know where Andorra is?

Probably not. It is the Switzerland of the Pyrénées.

It shares many traits as Switzerland. It is a tourist economy. 166 more words

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Va. treasury putting unclaimed coins, jewelry up for auction

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Jewelry, coins, electronics and collectables will be up for auction through May during a state auction of unclaimed property.

The Virginia Department of the Treasury says nearly 1,200 items will be up for grabs in the so-called tangible property auction. 90 more words

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PayPal's $7.7 million fine is a boost to CompliTech

Last week, PayPal, the eBay owned online payment company, was fined $7.7 Million for 486 OFAC violations. And that was a reduced fine just for 2013. 481 more words

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