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Types of Whistleblower Cases

Substantial IRS and Tax Fraud

Common examples of tax fraud to include but are not limited to:

  • Backdating/postdating earnings or losses to move income into a different tax year.
  • Questionable tax shelter schemes and false deductions.
  • Under-reporting revenue or over-claiming losses.
  • Foreign companies that fail to pay U.S. taxes for domestic operations.
  • U.S. companies and wealthy individual citizens who conceal earnings made from transactions on foreign stock and commodity exchanges, and from other foreign transactions.
  • Non-filing of a federal tax return.
  • Mis-labeling personal expenses as corporate expenses.

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11/15/2018 This Fraud Awareness Week, Remember to Keep Your Eyes Open

Realizing fraud happens is not enough — you need to take action This year, International Fraud Awareness Week falls on November 11-17 and is being commemorated by governments and other organizations around the globe. In the United States, people should remember the courageous whistleblowers who have stepped forward under the False Claims Act, IRS, SEC, … Continue reading This Fraud Awareness Week, Remember to Keep Your Eyes Open…READ MORE

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