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Tax Evasion – Not The Right Choice, Settle Your Tax Debts!
Do you think you have evaded filing and paying taxes? It’s easy to feel that way if you are feeling guilty. If the IRS hasn’t assigned anyone from the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) to your account then you shouldn’t feel as if you have done something wrong. In my many years of practicing public accounting, very few people are sent to the CID, and most of my clients have not filed and paid their income taxes. It’s how you handle the situation that matters. Call us to help you decide the most appropriate course of action. Your best defense against tax evasion charges is not to allow yourself to be charged in the first place! We can save you expensive criminal attorney fees!
Tax Avoidance U.S. Tax Evasion
Tax avoidance refers to the legal methods used to not pay, or avoid paying, taxes. Not all income earners pay taxes. Depending on losses and tax deductions, you may legally reduce your taxes down to zero.Tax evasion is finding a way to justify not paying your taxes, even thought it’s clearly against the Internal Revenue Codes and Rulings. This is illegal, and if the IRS proves that you unlawfully evaded filing and/or paying taxes, then you could go to jail. You may want to read news articles discussing tax evasion and tax fraud, and see what the latest happenings are. IRS Federal Tax Evasion is a very serious matter.
Employment Tax Evasion
These schemes can vary. The IRS considers the following:Pyramiding: Employers withhold from employers, but then use it for something other than paying the IRS.Employee Leasing: Contracting with another business to handle all employment issues. Then the outside business fails to pay the employment taxes and dissolves.Paying Salaries in Cash: Paying in cash that was never reported. Not taking out employment taxes when the cash is paid.Filing false payroll tax reports or not filing them at all is a common practice to evade employment taxes.
Some Famous or Notable Tax Evasion Cases, Then & Now:
Al CaponeWesley SnipesAnthony Carlos LimDolce & GabbanaVal KilmerMC HammerForest WhitakerFloyd MayweatherRod BlagojevichUBS ClientsMarc BruceJohn PhamNicolas CageMichelle Bielaski