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May 2015 Archives

Gathering evidence works both ways in an embezzlement case

Imagine for a moment that you are a small business owner. In the last few months, business has been really good, which has caused you to make more deposits than you normally do. You've also needed to hire some more help to deal with your financial transactions.

Is it illegal to buy a house for someone else?

There are a lot of people here in Atlanta who would do anything for their parents, especially considering how much our parents give to us over our lifetimes. For some people, this need to payback their parents for their generosity came to a head when the housing market burst and parents all over the state started losing their homes to foreclosure.

What really constitutes entrapment?

In the 1999 film "Entrapment," starring Sean Connery and Catherine Zeta-Jones, Jones' character convinces Connery, an aged thief, to help her steal an expensive piece of art. Because of the title of the movie, and the shenanigans that ensued, a lot of people across the nation probably believed that this was an example of entrapment. There are some who may still believe this to this day.

How bank account activity could lead to a legal mess with the IRS

Did you know that if a business or an individual frequently deposits cash in amounts close to but below $10,000, a financial institution has the right to alert the IRS? If you didn't, you're not alone. Many people across the nation, including some here in Georgia, may not know that the Bank Secrecy Act gives financial institutions this power, nor do many realize that this report of cash flow could lead to criminal accusations from the federal government as well.

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