First, the premise of "hiding" money is that there is an open,
allegation that something is owed. That can be handled.
Second, you mention trusts but do not clarify the case of the last
you mention. Did that person open an account in their own Name (or
NAME)? How is that "hiding?"
My first question would be- how did the person FUND that account. If
fund it in a way directly traceable to another account in their name or
anything with their SSN, then leaving such a paper trail and/or using a
that the IRS considers their debtor (or possible debtor!) is not very
Again, the first issue is honoring any claim made by the IRS (or anyone
else, but the IRS is perhaps most notorious) and negotiating a
even after funds have been seized, there are ways to recover them. It
just easier to keep the money than to recover it.
Do not use Non-Interest Bearing Bank Accounts to hide money from IRS
Do you think you can trick the IRS into believing that you have no
money in the bank?