Boxerman Quoted in Tax Notes “Operation Varsity Blues” College Fraud Article

Sanford J. Boxerman was recently quoted in a Tax Notes article entitled, “College Fraud Scheme Shows Limits of IRS Voluntary Disclosure.” The article addresses the scandal, now being sorted out in federal court in Boston, nicknamed “Operation Varsity Blues” in which parents are accused of having participated in various illegal schemes to help their children obtain admission into prestigious colleges and universities.

Read the full article from Nathan J. Richman here: College Fraud Scheme Shows Limits of IRS Voluntary Disclosure

About Tax Notes

Tax Notes is a portfolio of publications offered by Tax Analysts, a nonprofit tax publisher. It provides comprehensive and impartial coverage of tax news, while its commentary contributes important voices to the discussion and understanding of tax policy. Tax Notes is an annual subscription to a weekly print or online magazine featuring expert commentary, analysis, and special reports on federal tax issues.

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About Sanford J. Boxerman

Sanford J. Boxerman is one of the founding shareholders of Capes Sokol. Sandy represents individuals and entities in white-collar criminal prosecutions, internal investigations, and criminal and civil tax matters. Sandy also counsels clients in the digital currency and Blockchain space, particularly with respect to regulatory and tax matters.

For additional information about Sandy, please visit his profile.

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