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Financial Times Talks to Mark Matthews on Offshore Crackdown Returns
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Financial Times Talks to Mark Matthews on Offshore Crackdown Returns

Date: 8/9/2015

Mark E. Matthews spoke with the Financial Times concerning returns from the global crackdown on tax evaders, which exposes non-compliant taxpayers to an unprecedented risk of prosecution.  In 2017, dozens of countries will begin to exchange tax files automatically as part of a coordinated global effort. For the full article, please visit FT's website (subscription required).

Excerpt taken from the article.

Mark Matthews of law firm Caplin & Drysdale, a former deputy Commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service in the US, was sceptical about the returns from the offshore crackdown. "You would think there's a pot of gold and everyone's budget would be balanced if we just went after global tax cheats. I don't think there's a pot of gold."

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