Criminal Tax Problem Resolution

After spending time learning about Criminal Tax Problem Resolution I have decided I do not want to involve myself in this area of practice. Give me a civil case any-day.

I did learn some interesting things though that I can apply to my civil practice.

I think everyone knows that when you deposit $10,000 or more into a bank account it is reported to the Federal Government. What I don’t think people know is that banks are now reporting a pattern of deposits in the $6,000, $7,000 $8,000 and $9,000 range. So if you have a client who always deposits $8,000 many times during a short period of time, there is a likelihood of it being reported.

If your client is being audited or the IRS was asking for unfiled returns, and all of a sudden you no longer hear from the auditor or agent and the auditor or agent does not return your calls, this is a good indication that this case has been forwarded to the Fraud Investigation Unit.

If this happens, sit down and have a frank talk with your client, ask them to come clean. If there is something there, advise them to hire a criminal tax attorney to represent them immediately.