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  • noun Plural form of evader.


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  • Assuming anyone is seriously trying to catch overcharges and tax evaders, which is not the case because perhaps the only thing that the collective Greek manga agrees about is that no one pays and no one is punished for not paying.

    The Full Feed from

  • McGovern was famously labeled the candidate of “abortion, amnesty for draft evaders, and acid.”

    American Grace

  • In an effort to catch tax evaders, the government has promised a sweeping overhaul of the tax system, and has been negotiating a deal with Swiss authorities aimed at taxing billions of euros worth of bank deposits thought to be held by Greek tax evaders outside the country.

    Athens Is Close to Deal With Creditors

  • Two years ago, Germany paid € 4.2 million to a bank employee to buy stolen data from a Liechtenstein bank to chase tax evaders.

    Suspect in Swiss Data Theft Found Dead

  • Reuters - The U.S. pursuit of offshore tax evaders is widening to include Israel, where U.S. authorities are scrutinizing three of Israel's largest banks over suspicions their Swiss outposts helped American clients evade taxes, people briefed on the matter said.

    Exclusive: U.S. tax-evasion probe turns to Israeli banks

  • Sudershan Reddy on March 3 as he heard arguments in a public-interest case brought against the government for not pursuing tax evaders who are allegedly stashing billions of dollars in overseas tax havens.

    In India, the Supreme Court Takes an Activist Role

  • As part of the efforts by German authorities to crack down on alleged tax evaders, who are believed by German officials to hold around € 175 billion in assets in Switzerland, offices of Credit Suisse Group had been searched in Germany this summer.

    Suspect in Swiss Data Theft Found Dead

  • However, train operator London Midland probably speaks for many rail companies when it says: "The vast majority of our passengers support us taking a firm but fair approach to fare evaders, so that the honest majority are not subsidising those who choose to avoid their fare."

    How train firms' fare-dodging policies turn commuters into criminals

  • During World War II, the FBI investigated various radical elements in society, as well as draft evaders and foreign nationals from belligerent nations.

    John W. Whitehead: The FBI: Going Rogue

  • In other words David Gauke has just announced his intention to sign a total tax amnesty for UK tax evaders who have used Switzerland.

    Secrecy deal with Switzerland could let Britons avoid £40bn in taxes


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