Cheating On Taxes
Taxes are a chore to most, but to others, it seems like they may be an art, and art of fraud, that is. Records show that more and more companies and individuals are attempting to cheat on tax returns and submitting millions of dollars’ worth of fraudulent claims for refunds. Some wrongdoers will get away with it. Yet, with more and more whistleblowers coming forward to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) lately, fewer and fewer cheaters will succeed.
In light of this trend, we look for the IRS to improve access for whistleblowers, and accelerate processing of their submissions . Whistleblowers often complain about the time that it takes to report, investigate, and prosecute tax cheaters. Delays also discourage would-be whistleblowers from coming forward. We are hopeful that the federal government will continue to empower whistleblowers.
In any event, the number of whistleblowers coming forward to report IRS fraud has been immense in these past years. The federal government’s payout to these whistleblowers for authentic, timely information has also been unbelievably high. We at Evans Law Firm applaud all efforts by the IRS to encourage whistleblowers to come forward with information of IRS fraud.
If you or a loved one has information regarding Internal Revenue Service (IRS) fraud and is looking to be a whistleblower (LTC) fraud in Alameda County or in any California county, contact the Evans Law Firm elder attorneys at (415) 441-8669, or by email at email@example.com. Our attorneys have experience with complex financial contracts and large insurance companies. We can help guide your case through a jury trial or toward an equitable settlement. We handle cases involving physical and financial elder abuse, qui tam and whistleblower law, nursing home abuse, whole life insurance and universal life insurance, and indexed, variable, and fixed annuities.