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Category: Tax Evasion

Understanding the Voluntary Disclosure Policy of the IRS

Why you are still criminally liable for non-compliance even if the IRS hasn’t noticed for years It is not uncommon to see a client with a heavy heart walk into your office as a tax defense attorney. In most cases, such clients have not been remitting their taxes to Uncle Sam and they want to… Read more »

Employment Tax Evasion Schemes You Need to Avoid

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All businesses in the United States which hire employees are legally required to pay employment taxes to the IRS. These employment taxes consist of two separate taxes: social security tax and Medicare tax. Social Security Tax – The current tax rate for social security taxes is 6.2 percent for employees and 6.2 percent for employers,… Read more »

5 Signs of an Impending Tax Evasion Prosecution

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The IRS examination An IRS examination is a standard procedure, and unless you actually have something to hide the process should not worry you one bit. However, there is the possibility that your tax audit may transform from a civil tax examination to a criminal tax case such as tax evasion. If this happens then… Read more »

All You Need to Know About The Tax Evasion Statute

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But what exactly is tax evasion? As defined within the 26 United States Code section 7201 by the Internal Revenue Code, failure to report taxes accurately, failure to report taxes and failure to pay taxes are all forms of tax evasion. In order to establish a case of tax evasion against you the government is… Read more »

All You Need to Know About The Tax Evasion Statute

But what exactly is tax evasion? As defined within the 26 United States Code section 7201 by the Internal Revenue Code, failure to report taxes accurately, failure to report taxes and failure to pay taxes are all forms of tax evasion. In order to establish a case of tax evasion against you the government is… Read more »

Understanding the Difference Between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance

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What Is The Difference Between Tax Evasion and Tax Avoidance? Usually, the payment of taxes is a lackluster affair, as nobody ever enjoys fulfilling this constitutional obligation. Nonetheless, since it is an essential source of any country’s revenue, failure to pay taxes usually has severe implications, most of which are significantly adverse.

Tax Havens And The IRS

What Is A Tax Haven And How Does The IRS Thinks About Them

The term “tax haven” is a bit of a misnomer, for the places that are considered tax havens don’t just offer an escape from taxes. They also offer secrecy and a place for U.S. citizens and corporations to keep their money far from the government’s grasp.  What is a tax haven, and how does the… Read more »