tax fraud

Tax office demands El Mundo documents on football tax fraud

The Spanish tax administration has requested from the Unidad Editorial, S.A., a Spanish publishing group that publishes El Mundo, all documents concerning 37 football players, including Croatia's Luka Modric, and sports officials who are under investigation for tax evasion after El Mundo recently broke the news that they were suspected of murky tax affairs.

Klemm says not guilty of siphoning money from his own company, tax evasion

The trial of Josip Klemm, owner of the security company Klemm Security and leader of a war veteran association, charged with financial wrongdoing worth around HRK 3.5 million, started at the Zagreb County Court on Monday.

With Apple, the EU takes on its biggest corporate tax case yet

The European Commission's decision that Apple must repay up to 13 billion euros (14.5 billion dollars) in illegal tax benefits granted by Ireland sets a new benchmark for its inquiries into corporate tax breaks provided by member states, dwarfing any previous repayment demands.

Massive tax fraud unearthed by Italian police; officials targeted

A Rome-based tax advisor was at the centre of a massive tax avoidance scheme that was aided by a range of public officials and saw the state cheated out of 10 million euros (11.1 million dollars) of income, financial police said Monday.

Spain's Princess Cristina appears before court in tax fraud trial

Spain's Princess Cristina responded to allegations in a court in Palma de Mallorca on Thursday on the first day of her hearing in a 6.8-million-dollar tax fraud trial.

Tax fraud trial against Spanish princess opens Monday

Princess Cristina will become the first member of the Spanish royal family to stand trial when court proceedings open Monday in a tax fraud case.