Even though most people haven't thought about their federal income taxes for months and won't do so for at least another six months, memories of their most recent filing are likely still incredibly vivid. Indeed, they may have visions of a not-so-distant past in which they pored over Internal Revenue Service publications, searched online for answers and spent hours filling out their
Criminal Tax Violations
Our blog spent some time a few months back discussing the release of the Panama Papers, meaning the massive leak of files from the Panamanian-based law firm Mossack Fonseca to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists. These files, which are still being painstakingly scrutinized by media outlets around the globe, have shed light on strategies employed by Mossack Fonseca on
Depending on the situation you may not need a lawyer to become FATCA compliant. If this is the first tax year you have had an offshore asset all you need to do is report it. If however you have had the asset for a number of years you will want to consult with a lawyer to limit your risks of facing prosecution.
Avoiding investigation for tax crimes is a big reason to think about becoming tax compliant. Most people who are being prosecuted or investigated regret not becoming tax compliant. The best way to do this is by timely entering the Voluntary Disclosure Program or the Streamlined program. If you want to become tax compliant, schedule a consultation with the Orlando tax crime attorneys at the Law
In addition to being the only people with legal authorization to fight tax crimes, these armed CI agents also work with federal prosecutors to help build everything from narcotics to corruption cases, utilizing all manner of investigative tactics from working undercover and developing informants to utilizing wiretaps and conducting raids. If you still don't believe it, consider that CI agents
As a business owner, you have likely invested countless hours and considerable resources into watching your operation grow and even thrive beyond your expectations. Given this substantial investment of time, money and energy, it can be incredibly alarming to learn from the Internal Revenue Service that you are currently under investigation for -- or are being criminally charged with -- willfully