The Difference Between Tax Fraud & Negligence

Tax fraud is a serious crime, but what if you make an honest mistake on your taxes? Don’t worry. The IRS realizes that the tax code can be difficult for the typical person to understand. Auditors are trained to separate tax errors between two categories: tax fraud and tax negligence. While the former of these […]

Don’t Panic If You Can’t Pay Your Taxes

Crimes like tax evasion are very serious, but what if you just can’t afford to pay your taxes? The IRS recognizes that a simple inability to pay should not be treated the same way as a failure to file or a false return. There are procedures and programs in place to keep you and the […]

The Many Forms Of Employment Tax Evasion

Employment tax evasion (also called payroll tax evasion or employment tax fraud) is committed by an employer who keeps employee tax withholdings rather than paying them to the IRS. Employers are required by law to withhold certain taxes, such as the Social Security and Medicare taxes, from their employees’ paychecks, but some employers fail to […]

Why You Should Disclose Offshore Accounts To The IRS

In the past, United States taxpayers with offshore accounts and foreign assets have been caught using these accounts to hide income from the IRS in order to avoid paying taxes on the funds. This practice is considered tax fraud, and the IRS is constantly identifying those individuals with undisclosed foreign financial accounts and assets in […]

3 Good Reasons to Pay Your Taxes

Unless you are a rare type of person, you probably don’t enjoy paying your taxes. They can be intimidating and confusing, and there’s nothing pleasant about watching your money disappear into the abyss of government spending. All of that being said, you really should pay your taxes for a number of reasons. Let’s take a […]

A Brief Guide to Tax Fraud Charges

Tax law can be intimidating to deal with. Unless you are an accountant, a tax fraud lawyer, or someone else who deals with the fine points of tax law on a regular basis, it can be difficult to understand just what you might be doing wrong. There are many tax fraud charges that can be […]

3 Tips for Staying Under the IRS’s Radar

  The Internal Revenue Code is complicated, and tax forms are no better, so how do you protect yourself against being charged with a tax crime such as tax evasion or tax fraud? Firstly, understand that the IRS is not out to get you. Investigations and criminal proceedings require time, money, and resources, so they […]

Your Trusted Newark Tax Fraud Lawyer Wants To Help You

If you or your business is facing IRS fraud charges, you need to make sure your case is handled properly by a seasoned federal criminal defense attorney. To arrange a free consultation with a Newark tax fraud defense attorney, call us toll free at 866-970-0783 or contact us online. Did you know that you can […]

Have You Been Charged With Tax Fraud In Newark?

Tax evasion occurs when individuals or organizations illegally avoid paying their taxes. They may fail to report or inaccurately report their income, inflate deductions, or hide money. There are five common ways in which tax evasion occurs. Individuals or corporations may: fail to report cash income, take unauthorized deductions, claim false charitable deductions, overestimate the […]

Charged With Tax Evasion? Call Your Newark Tax Fraud Lawyer Today

Felony tax evasion is perhaps the most infamous crime in the Internal Revenue Code. To convict a defendant of felony tax evasion, the prosecutor must prove a tax deficiency (failure to pay taxes) and an intentional effort to avoid taxes. While a conviction can result in serious criminal penalties, if handled by a competent federal criminal defense […]