US official ''fairly confident'' of more FIFA indictments: New York Times
US official ''fairly confident'' of more FIFA indictments: New York Times

A senior U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) official said on Friday he is "fairly confident" there will be another round of indictments in the criminal investigation into alleged corruption within soccer`s governing body, FIFA, the New York Times reported.

Hackers steal personal data from US tax agency IRS

Hackers stole information on 100,000 taxpayers from the online computers of the US Internal Revenue Service, the federal tax agency said Tuesday.

Robert De Niro hit with over $6mn tax lien

 Veteran Hollywood actor Robert De Niro has been hit with a huge tax lien of over $6.4 million.

Mayweather taunts `leftover` Pacquiao, `con man` Amir Khan on social media

Undefeated American boxing star Floyd Mayweather Jr. has reportedly taken to the social media to taunt potential opponents Manny Pacquiao and Amir Khan, calling them `con artist` and `leftover` respectively.

`Tortured` during police probe, slain IRS officer`s relative commits suicide

A distant relative of a slain IRS officer allegedly committed suicide, leaving behind a note in which he said he was tortured by police.

White House not involved in reviews: IRS Manager

A Manager in the Federal Tax Collection Agency office told investigators that he, not the White House, set in motion the review.

Mary J Blige hit with $3.4m tax bill

American singer Mary J. Blige has been slapped with a 3.4-million-dollar bill by Internal Revenue Service (IRS).

Obama fires US tax chief over scandal

US President Barack Obama has forced the acting head of the Internal Revenue Service to resign amid furor over the tax agency's handling of conservative groups seeking tax-exempt status.

HSBC provides info on clients having accounts in India to US

HSBC has provided available information in its possession to the US authorities probing whether any US-based client used accounts in HSBC India to evade federal income taxes.

Facing penalties, Indian Americans seeks Obama's intervention

Fearing unfair and unprecedented penalties if they fail to disclose their foreign bank accounts by August 31 under a new IRS regulation, several Indian American groups have sought the intervention of US President Barack Obama in the matter.