The $30M Movie That Turned Into a $4M Tax Fraud

March 25 (Bloomberg) -- The plot: Convince the government you spent $30 million to make a movie. Then collect a check for $4.2 million in tax relief. When the tax man asks to see the movie, get filming on the cheap. Bloomberg's Jessica Howard reports on a production that did just that. (Source: Bloomberg)

Full Show: What'd You Miss? (05/27)
39:31 - Full episode of "What'd You Miss?" Guests include: Frederik Nerbrand, HSBC's head of asset allocation, Stanley Altshuller, Novus co-founder, and Michael Blythe, Commonwealth Bank of Australia's chief economist. (Source: Bloomberg)
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