Tax Fraud Attorneys

Why hire a Tax Fraud attorney?

A tax fraud attorney will be able to defend you if a taxing authority accuses you of under-reporting your taxes. A tax fraud attorney will refute allegations that you falsely reported your earnings, inflated your expenses, or claimed undeserved deductions. Avoid jail time or serious fines by consulting with a tax fraud attorney right away.

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Did You Know?

80% of the cases for employment tax evasion result in incarceration sentences, with the average sentence served being 2 years.
* Sources: http://www.irs.gov/uac/Statistical-Data-Employment-Tax-Evasion
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