Filing a false tax return or other document is treated seriously by the Internal Revenue Service. If its investigation turns up substantive information, civil cases can be referred for criminal tax investigation. Arrests and tax-related criminal charges could follow.
The attorneys at Robert J. Fedor, Esq., L.L.C. provide representation throughout the country for those facing life-changing criminal charges involving tax fraud.
An experienced tax attorney with knowledge of IRS investigations and tax law is vital in cases involving fraud charges. For immediate representation, contact Robert J. Fedor, Esq., L.L.C. at 800-579-0997.
Two IRS agents showing up at a residence likely means that a criminal tax investigation is pending. The attorneys at Robert J. Fedor, Esq., L.L.C. have represented clients throughout the nation facing charges for unreported gross receipts or claims of excessive expenses. The attorneys have also represented tax return preparers accused of filing false returns.
Not reporting an offshore bank account on tax forms can also be met with aggressive prosecution by the IRS. The concept of the "Swiss bank account" is becoming a thing of the past. Foreign governments are now reporting the names of those shielding their money in other countries. The simple act of not checking those key boxes on a tax form can lead to serious consequences.