Credit Unions said the proposal, designed to help tackle tax fraud, "would impact almost every American and small business."
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Prosecutors say the Colombian singer has not paid around $16.4 million in taxes over three years in Spain.
Meanwhile, the former president also has nearly $600 million in debt that's coming due within the next four years.
President Trump may be vulnerable to numerous federal charges that he could forestall by pardoning himself before leaving office.
"We will not hesitate to prosecute the smartest guys in the room," said U.S. Attorney David L. Anderson.
The DOJ announced the charges on Monday, while the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed parallel civil charges against the businessman, after he allegedly failed to declare earnings that amounted to millions of dollars.
Prosecutors say that Craig Orrock of Salt Lake City, Utah, owes more than a half-million dollars in back taxes from 1993 through 2016.
The eldest Chrisley kid opened up on family drama and the media scrutiny she's faced in a sneak peak of her next "Coffee Convos" podcast episode.
The 37-year-old actor, who was fined more than $127 million over tax evasion charges in China, will star in spy thriller "355."
The Trump Organization "made fraudulent and false claims to the Panamanian tax authorities" in order to "cover up its unlawful activities," the owners of a former Trump hotel said in a legal filing in Manhattan federal court.
Mike Sorrentino pleaded guilty to one count of tax evasion and was sentenced to eight months in prison in October.
Fan admitted on social media that she split her earnings into two contracts but declared only the lower figure to Chinese authorities.
The 37-year-old is thought to be under investigation for tax evasion.
Mourinho managed at Real Madrid from 2010 through 2013.
Ronaldo beat Messi to the award for the world's best footballer in 2016.
In total, offshore accounts hold between $24 trillion to $34 trillion, new research shows.
Both fall into the "morally wrong" category, but what is legal/illegal?