Ignorance isn’t always an excuse, even when it comes to taxes. And there is a surprising amount you can be held responsible for knowing about our tax system. ‘Willful blindness’–where you intentionally don’t try to learn your tax responsibilities–can be enough to convict.
James Lee Sorenseon, whose late father was listed among Forbes’ billionaires and left his fortune to charity, has focused his significant personal wealth accumulated through his own entrepreneurship on driving impact around the world, by “building a comprehensive impact ecosystem that has the appropriate tools whether that is a philanthropic grant, […]
by Keith Weiner
I wrote what I thought was a fairly simple article
Tax evasion is serious, and jail sentences can be long. One couple just drew 15 year sentences–each.
VideoImagine you show up to work one day and someone asks you if you are interested in running with an idea that you have, “sure” you say. You are then given a little red box, inside you find a pre-paid credit card for $1,000, some notebooks, and an innovation guide […]
Readers looking for a yawning divide between Asian and Western values can find one in attitudes toward drug use. For me, the Asians have the right answer. The West would do well to learn from them.
India’s mobile internet market is to triple in size by 2017 while China’s is forecast to double in three years, says Boston Consulting Group.
US Federal Reserve chief Janet Yellen signals that a rise in US interest rates is unlikely in the near future.
For several months, economic sanctions have been stepped up against Russia and its Nomenklatura by western countries, in an attempt to pressure Moscow into loosening its grip on eastern Ukraine. Until now, this strategy has mainly proven ineffective at turning around the military situation in the region, and by some accounts […]