Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Any tax audit can be frightening, but criminal tax cases are the worst. And since it’s time for Americans to start thinking about the 2021 tax returns and filing by April 18, the IRS has some reminders for us all. The IRS Criminal Investigation Division took to Twitter to count down the top 10 cases for 2021. Here were last year’s top 10 Criminal IRS cases. 10. Albuquerque couple sentenced to federal prison in Ayudando Guardians case . Susan Harris and William Harris were sentenced to 47 and 15 years in federal prison, respectively. They stole funds from Ayudando Guardians Inc., a nonprofit organization that provided guardianship, conservatorship and financial management to hundreds of people with special needs. 9. Rochester man going to prison and ordered to pay millions in restitution for his role in Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of millions of dollars . John Piccarreto Jr. was sentenced to 84 months in … [Read more...] about IRS Lists Top Ten Criminal Tax Cases Of 2021
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Super Bowl champion, Eli Manning, joins the show in just a little bit, but roll down the window because sentiment stinks right now in the stock market. U.S. equity markets are coming off their worst week in nearly two years and headed for more losses as we start the week. Netflix, one of the best performing stocks of the past 10 years, fell nearly 22% on Friday, its worst day since 2012. Shares of Amazon posted their worst week since 2018, and they're down 20% from all time highs. Tech stocks, as Liz Young explained to us just a few episodes ago, are super sensitive to rising interest rates, especially as their growth rates are slowing down. This week will also bring a steady stream of earnings, including reports from some of the most valuable companies by market capitalization, with widely held stocks reporting results, including Apple, Microsoft, IBM, and Johnson and Johnson. Investors have no patience for missed earnings estimates or weak guidance. They punished Netflix last … [Read more...] about Eli Manning Goes Long Private Equity
Gavet, photographed on the Bolshoy Kamenny Bridge, in Moscow, is that rare outsider who has thrived in Russia’s insular business community. | Photo by Yuri Kozyrev “We will have dinner,” Maelle Gavet says. “And you will see the girls.” advertisement advertisement “The girls?” I ask. “I told you I’d show you the nightlife of Moscow” is Gavet’s riddle of a reply. “I will show you the nightlife of Moscow.” Gavet–CEO of Russia’s largest e-commerce company, Ozon Holdings , and the closest thing this country has to a Jeff Bezos–is taking me to Soho Rooms, one of the city’s hottest nightclubs, and then we’ll be off to a few more clubs. If we’re still upright by 8 a.m., we plan to check out a pretty cool after-hours spot she knows about. “Or you can go home if you get too tired,” she adds. advertisement advertisement It’s 10 p.m. in Moscow on a sticky May night. The sun is just going down. And as Gavet’s driver–a … [Read more...] about Is This The Jeff Bezos Of Russia?
Image source: The Motley Fool. First Hawaiian, Inc. ( NASDAQ:FHB ) Jan 21, 2022 , 1:00 p.m. ET Contents: Prepared Remarks Questions and Answers Call Participants Prepared Remarks: Operator Good day, and thank you for standing by. Welcome to the First Hawaiian, Inc. fourth quarter 2021 earnings conference call. [Operator instructions] Please be advised that today's conference is being recorded. [Operator instructions] I will now hand the conference over to Kevin Haseyama, investor relations manager. Please go ahead. Kevin Haseyama -- Investor Relations Manager Thank you, Carmen, and thank you, everyone, for joining us, as we review our financial results for the fourth quarter of 2021. With me today, are Bob Harrison, chairman, president, and CEO; and Ralph Mesick, chief risk officer and interim CFO. We have prepared a slide presentation that we will refer to in our remarks today. The presentation is available for downloading and viewing on our … [Read more...] about First Hawaiian, Inc. (FHB) Q4 2021 Earnings Call Transcript
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Tesla’s (TSLA) market cap surpassed the trillion-dollar mark, driven by a post-earnings rally that got a boost from the announcement of a 100,000-vehicle order from Hertz (HTZ), which might not even happen. Even if it does come to pass, the Hertz order is a drop in the bucket of growth expectations baked into Tesla’s valuation. Tesla needs 155 Hertz-sized orders to justify the revenue expectations in its stock price. Put another way, the $1.2 trillion valuation implies Tesla owns 60%+ of the entire global passenger EV market and becomes more profitable than Apple (AAPL) by 2030. This report provides objective perspective on how outrageously high the valuation of Tesla stock is and the clear impracticality of the company meeting the expectations baked into its valuation. Tesla’s Valuation vs. Competitors Makes No Sense Tesla’s market cap is now greater than the next 10 largest (ranked by market cap) auto manufacturers … [Read more...] about Tesla: $1 Trillion Of Speculation
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin This popular dinner series returns to Lumen Field in Seattle, a Field-to-Table experience during which diners feast on the 50-yard line. Here’s this year’s winning lineup and details on how to score tickets. Home of the Seahawks and Sounders Anyone else still feeling the high from this weekend’s thrilling NFL playoff games? While the Seattle Seahawks aren’t in the hunt this season, football fans and food lovers can still catch some of that gridiron fever during a month-long celebration of some of the city’s best chefs. “We’re thrilled to bring Field To Table back to Lumen Field this February. The incredible response we received in 2021 from diners, chefs and event staff was beyond our expectations and we can’t wait to feel that energy again,” Sam Minkoff, Founder of SE Productions said in a news release. Here’s the lineup: Feb. 1, Jason Wilson, The Lakehouse Feb. 2, Josh Delgado, Le Coin Feb. 3, … [Read more...] about Got NFL Playoff Fever? Lineup For Chefs On The Field Announced