U.S. Brings ‘Largest Ever Tax Charge’ Against Tech Executive
Friday, 16 October 2020
Federal prosecutors said Robert T. Brockman had used a web of entities based in Bermuda and Nevis, as well as secret bank accounts in Bermuda and Switzerland, to hide $2 billion in income from the I.R.S.
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