U.S. Accuses Deutsche Bank of Skirting Millions in Back Taxes

Prosecutors accuse the bank of a “scheme to evade” paying tens of millions of dollars in capital gains taxes in the sale of stock shares.

Prosecutors accuse the bank of a “scheme to evade” paying tens of millions of dollars in capital gains taxes in the sale of stock shares.

Source:: U.S. Accuses Deutsche Bank of Skirting Millions in Back Taxes

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