Do you have previous tax returns that you have not filed? Perhaps this was due to procrastination or in a misguided attempt to avoid paying taxes? To limit the penalties the IRS can assess, including criminal charges, it is of the upmost importance that you act quickly to remedy this situation.
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Failing to file a tax return, committing tax evasion or participating in tax fraud are some offenses that can be considered serious crimes under federal law. If the IRS suspects you have committed a tax crime it will utilize its Criminal Investigation Division (CID) to investigate. A s part of the CID’s process, a Special… Read more »
Ayar Law back again. Here for our third installment of “What to Ask When Hiring a Tax Attorney.” In our last installment of the series we looked at questions to ask your prospective IRS tax attorney regarding their working and billing style. In this installment, we will look at the questions to ask regarding his… Read more »