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Defending Clients Against Charges of Tax Law Violations in Dallas and Nationwide

Before Talking to the IRS, You Need to Speak to a Criminal Defense Attorney


What To Do If The IRS Wants To Talk

The IRS employs over 3,000 special agents dedicated to uncovering and investigating tax fraud. These agents have at their disposal a number of computer, accounting, surveillance and investigative resources. They have the power to issue subpoenas to anyone who might be able to testify against you. MORE

IRS Criminal Prosecutions

After years of little activity, the IRS is again aggressively pursuing cases for tax evasion, false and fraudulent tax returns, the failure to declare offshore bank accounts, the use of sham offshore trusts and failure to file tax returns. MORE

IRS Investigations

In the last few years, the Internal Revenue Service has dramatically increased enforcement actions and prosecutions related to false and fraudulent tax returns, offshore bank accounts, corporate accounting and revenue recognition matters. MORE

Tax Fraud & Tax Evasion

The Internal Revenue Service employs thousands of specially trained special agents with the goal of uncovering tax fraud and tax evasion. These agents wield substantial power, as they can audit tax returns and subpoena your financial records. MORE

Tax Preparer Fraud

In recent years, the IRS has dramatically increased its efforts to investigate possible fraud by tax preparers in Dallas and nationwide. The IRS has hired more than 1,000 agents with the goal of investigating tax preparers, and prosecutions are on the rise. MORE

How to Protect Yourself from the IRS

With the current aggressive enforcement of the criminal tax laws by the IRS, it is important to be aware of your rights if special agents from the IRS Criminal Investigation Division (CID) show up. First, it is important to fully realize the obvious: these agents are trying to put someone in prison. MORE

Dan Guthrie

Bloomberg News


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