Even if You Think You Committed a Criminal Act Relating to Your Tax Returns – You Probably Didn’t do Anything that Rises to the Level of Criminal Conduct
You may have incorrectly reported income. You have have listed deductions that were erroneous. You probably did not do anything that will land you in jail. Criminal prosecution is reserved for premeditated tax cheats. I’ve had many clients who did not report income, the IRS found out, and the worst that happened – after negotiating with the IRS – is the client paid a hefty penalty. There was no jail time.
If an IRS Special Agent Contacts You, Say Nothing. Tell Him or Her You Will Answer Questions After Retaining Professional Representation
There is a right time and a right way to properly respond to a criminal IRS investigation. Until you and your attorney understand the nature and scope of the investigation, talking with the IRS voluntarily is dangerous. The IRS may know more than you think at this point. There may be no benefit to letting them compare their facts to yours.
What you need to do is relax, take a deep breath and get the right help. Faith Law Firm can help you. We can provide a confidential consultation and review exactly what you can do, and what you should not do. So if you have any tax worries, big or small, give us call. We’re available 24 hours a day by calling:
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