Fraudulent Practices

The most common form of tax evasion is failing to report, or underreporting income. However, the IRS pursues audits based on a variety of tax practices. Tax evasion can refer to a wide range of fraudulent tax practices such as:

  1. Sales Tax Evasion
  2. Over reporting dependents
  3. Tax settlement scams
  4. Transferring assets
  5. Illegal income
  6. Foreign accounts
  7. Employee excise tax fraud
  8. Bankruptcy fraud
  9. Misrepresentation of Workforce


If you have been charged with tax evasion or are currently under investigation, contact The Blanch Law Firm immediately to schedule a consultation with an attorney.

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