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Bosnia’s prosecution office says it has launched an investigation against 1,970 companies that owe a total of 296 million konvertible marka ($206 million) in taxes.

Greece’s former finance minister George Papaconstantinou must face an investigation for allegedly tampering with a confidential tax list in late 2010, a judicial council ruled on Sunday.

What happens when a taxpayer disagrees with the Internal Revenue Service? Some people think that the matter ends there: the IRS always wins, right? Not necessarily.

A Spanish court summoned King Juan Carlos’ youngest daughter Cristina as a suspect over tax and money-laundering crimes on Tuesday, a first for a direct relative of the monarch.

The Treasury has just four staff chasing the country’s most wanted tax cheats, it has admitted.  Minister David Gauke said HM Revenue & Custom’s “fugitive unit team” has only four full-time officers trying to catch 124 tax fugitives.

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