A business falling behind on timely and required payment of payroll taxes may result in an IRS agent showing up personally at the place of business. Payroll tax issues become serious at that point and require the help of an experienced tax attorney at Robert J. Fedor, Esq., L.L.C. A civil investigation could turn into criminal charges for violating IRS tax law, if not handled properly.
A civil tax audit can become a criminal referral (and later prosecution) for failure to report income and/or exaggerating deductions and expenses. The firm's attorneys protect clients in preventing tax problems from becoming criminal investigations.
When one IRS agent knocks on your door, your case involves a civil matter. When two agents arrive at a home or business, they want to ask questions related to a criminal investigation. Arrests and tax-related criminal charges could follow. Negotiations must begin with the investigator and prosecutor to avoid criminal charges. However, matters that go to criminal court require aggressive and sophisticated representation.
Resolving serious problems with the IRS requires the help of seasoned attorneys focused solely on tax law. Robert J. Fedor, Esq., L.L.C. provides personalized representation to clients throughout the nation and overseas.
A visit by an IRS agent regarding a tax-related issue requires a higher level of sophisticated representation to protect the rights of those being investigated. Contact an experienced and knowledgeable tax litigation attorney by calling 800-579-0997.