The Ever-Dynamic Developments in International Tax Enforcement
About The Event
Increasingly international tax enforcement is going criminal, not only against non-compliant taxpayers but also against intermediaries, known as “enablers”. The cum-ex dividend tax scams have spawned many civil and criminal tax cases, including in the U.S. Nigeria has its own offshore voluntary disclosure program, targeting enablers as well as taxpayers. Tax Inspectors Without Borders is helping developing countries with criminal tax enforcement and targeting extractive industries. With the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework, tax authorities will increasingly target multinational enterprises. Tax authorities are increasingly meeting through the J4 to exchange approaches and ideas on enforcement. Exchange of information of all kinds is increasingly normal. International tax crimes are increasingly interacting with corruption, money laundering, and sanctions, among other areas. Tax authorities increasingly use artificial intelligence to target non-compliance. The panel will cover emerging trends and techniques of international tax enforcement.
In this webinar you will learn:
• New techniques whereby the DOJ/IRS and foreign tax authorities are pursuing cross-border tax crimes, including offshore voluntary disclosure programs.
• The increased targeting by prosecutors and tax authorities of enablers, including foreign enablers and the prevention steps enablers can take to reduce the risk of liability.
• The growing interplay between tax and other criminal areas and how the private sector should develop due diligence.
• The increasing enforcement and disputes in cross-border tax cases involving corporate entities.
• The development of new cross-border cases through artificial intelligence.