Do I need a Whistleblower attorney?

Under certain circumstances, the IRS and SEC/CFTC whistleblower programs allow whistleblowers to proceed without an attorney. However, beacuse there are important considerations when deciding how to proceed, it is advisable to contact an experienced whistleblower attorney.

Types of Tax Fraud

There are a number of ways in businesses and individuals can engage in tax fraud in order to avoid paying the government rightfully owed taxes. These schemes often involve a combination of the following actions in order to make the underpayment seem legitimate:

  • Failing to file a tax return
  • Deliberately under-reporting or omitting income
  • Claiming false deductions
  • Hiding or transferring assets or income
  • Overstating the amount of deductions
  • Making false entries in records
  • Failing to report income earned in the stock exchange
  • Maintaining two sets of books
  • Misusing trusts
  • Abusing charitable deductions

The Kenney & McCafferty attorneys have the experience to help you maximize your tax fraud rewardContact us or call 800-533-1015 today for a free consultation.

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