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Just how expansive can 'obstruction of justice' be?

If you have paid any attention to national political news over the last few months, the term "obstruction of justice" has been mentioned a number of times. To the uninitiated, federal law is broadly defined to punish conduct that affects the "due administration of justice." This largely means that conduct that would adversely affect a pending judicial proceeding or law enforcement investigation may be considered a crime punishable under federal law.

Willful vs. non-willful compliance with FBAR/FATCA

FBAR and FATCA violations are either willful or non-willful in nature. The penalties for inadvertent or non-willful violations are understandably lesser than those for willful non-compliance. The IRS punishes those who non-willfully violate FBAR filing mandates with penalties of up to $10,000 per non-complying tax year.

Falsifying personal or business tax returns can lead to prison

We’ve previously discussed the potential consequences and ramifications – both civil and criminal – that can flow from submitting falsified tax returns. A majority of cases that involve criminal penalties flow from individual tax returns, but it is important to remember that business-related tax fraud (or evasion) can also result in criminal charges. These include, but are not necessarily limited to:

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