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Marcela Kane Lantrip: What is Tax
Evasion?
By Marcela Kane Lantrip
https://marcelakane.wordpress.com/
Marcela Kane Lantrip has been a tax
professional for more than a decade. She
earned a law degree from the Universidad del
...
According to Investopedia, tax evasion is
a term that refers to an “illegal practice
where a person, organization or
corpo...
There is a difference between tax evasion
and tax avoidance. Some individuals and
companies may use legal means to lower
t...
Thank You
https://marcelakane.wordpress.com/
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Marcela kane lantrip what is tax evasion

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Marcela Kane Lantrip has been a tax professional for more than a decade. She earned a law degree from the Universidad del Rosario in 1997 and then a Master of Laws in tax law from the same university in 1998.

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Marcela kane lantrip what is tax evasion

  1. 1. Marcela Kane Lantrip: What is Tax Evasion? By Marcela Kane Lantrip https://marcelakane.wordpress.com/
  2. 2. Marcela Kane Lantrip has been a tax professional for more than a decade. She earned a law degree from the Universidad del Rosario in 1997 and then a Master of Laws in tax law from the same university in 1998. She moved to, and then earned a second Master of Laws from the University of Houston in 2000. Ms. Kane states that she has “led tax teams overseeing reporting in over 80 countries focusing on tax savings and ensuring tax accounts are materially correct.” She has worked with five global companies and has been responsible for accurately reporting company taxes. https://marcelakane.wordpress.com/
  3. 3. According to Investopedia, tax evasion is a term that refers to an “illegal practice where a person, organization or corporation intentionally avoids paying his true tax liability. Those who purposely avoid paying their taxes are committing a crime under the Internal Revenue Service tax code. Tax evasion can refer to not paying taxes as well as underpaying taxes. Criminal charges for tax evasion can result in fees as well as jail time. https://marcelakane.wordpress.com/
  4. 4. There is a difference between tax evasion and tax avoidance. Some individuals and companies may use legal means to lower their tax liability. Examples of tax avoidance are donating to charity and investing into a retirement fund. While tax evasion is illegal, tax avoidance is legal. A tax or financial professional can help companies and individuals properly report their taxes and avoid tax evasion. Marcela Kane Lantrip has been a tax professional for many years. She is an experienced tax attorney and a senior tax manager. https://marcelakane.wordpress.com/
  5. 5. Thank You https://marcelakane.wordpress.com/

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