IRS violations can occur anywhere. It could be your employer, neighbor, former spouse, or a business client or competitor. Whistleblower laws provide both protections and potential rewards to persons who provide information about IRS violations on the part of individuals with an annual income upwards of $200,000, or companies with earnings that exceed $2 million.
The Whistleblower Law Collaborative focuses on representing individuals with inside information about illegal and fraudulent activity such as tax evasion and tax fraud. By combining the resources of two respected law firms, it sets the record straight by bringing to light the actions of both individuals and businesses that are cheating the tax system.
Tax fraud is the willful violation of the legal responsibility to pay taxes in an effort to secure unfair or unlawful gains. These fraudulent actions could consist of anything from simply refusing to file a tax return to complicated offshore accounting fraud.
- Tax evasion — Deliberately attempting to reduce tax liability by misrepresenting or concealing the true amount of personal income or business earnings.
- Conspiracy — Planning to commit a crime, such as tax evasion, is enough to warrant a lawsuit or an investigation.
- Overstating deductions — Reducing tax liability by claiming more deductions than are legally allowed.
- Underreporting — Declaring income, profits or gains that are less than those actually earned.
Contact the Whistleblower Law Collaborative
The lawyers at Thomas & Associates and Durrell Law Office have joined forces to create the Whistleblower Law Collaborative. The firm serves clients nationwide. Call toll free at 877-341-5952 to arrange a free initial phone consultation with an experienced nationwide tax fraud attorney located in Boston, Massachusetts.