What the anti-money laundering initiative means to the average (non-criminal, non-terrorist) investor/taxpayer
The USA PATRIOT Act of 2001 has expanded the requirements of banks to report information to the federal government. This information c an be used for tax purposes, as well as criminal investigations. The exanded reporting requirements and their effects on taxpayers are analyzed.
Publication Name: Journal of Taxation of Investments
'Immunity' no more: child abuse cases and public authority liability in negligence after D. v. East Berkshire Community Health NHS Trust
Publication Name: Tolley's Journal of Professional Negligence
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