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For a Florida sales tax attorney with the experience and skill necessary to help you with your tax issue, get in touch with The Law Offices of Moffa, Gainor & Sutton. With over 50 years of combined legal experience in this field, this firm has hel...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Tax, Litigation
Review: “I have worked with Ms. Lambert in a variety of ways. We have a Financial Advisory business and need to often refer clients for various legal services. We have used her for Trust, Wills, Sale of Business agreements, Helpin...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Estate Planning, Tax, Business
Matt Mueller, (813) 347-5142, is a former federal prosecutor and experienced trial lawyer. He uses the experience he gained prosecuting tax and other federal white collar crimes to zealously defend clients facing criminal charges in federal or st...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Criminal Defense, Federal Crime, White Collar Crime
Attorney Nehemiah Jefferson's practice is taxpayer civil and criminal representation before the IRS, the Florida Department of Revenue, and other taxing jurisdictions. Attorney Jefferson is admitted to practice law in Florida and the District of ...
Practice areas: Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion, Tax, Business
If a taxing authority accuses you of under-reporting your taxes in any way, such as falsely reporting your earnings, inflating your expenses, or claiming undeserved deductions, then you may benefit from the services of a tax fraud attorney. A tax fraud attorney represents clients who the government claims have manipulated the system by paying too little tax, or no tax at all. You may be fined or even jailed for tax fraud; in fact, Richard Hatch, the first winner of the television show “Survivor,” was recently jailed for not paying federal taxes on his $1 million winnings.