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Austin Tax Fraud Lawyers

The Criminal Investigation division of the IRS is dedicated primarily to the pursuit of suspected tax fraud. The IRS may audit someone if he or she owes taxes in order to recover the amount owed plus a penalty. However, an audit can become even more serious if the IRS suspects you of tax fraud. In these cases, you may be referred to the Criminal Investigations unit for an investigation. The penalties of tax fraud can be severe, so it is important that you do not risk them because you have made a simple mistake. In these cases, a qualified criminal defense lawyer can help you.

Facing tax fraud charges can be extremely serious and can damage every part of your life including your professional life, personal relationships, and reputation. You do not have to go through this trying time alone. An experienced criminal defense lawyer will help you fight for your rights and interests. For legal counsel and representation, contact Austin tax fraud attorney Ian Inglis Attorney at Law by calling (512) 472-1950.

Examples of Tax Fraud

The penalties for tax fraud can be very severe, including up to five years in prison and fines up to $500,000. Some common actions that may be considered tax fraud include:

  • Inadequate records which appear to have been kept that way intentionally
  • Failure to file tax returns
  • Hiding assets
  • Participating in illegal activities

The IRS has developed a reputation for being particularly aggressive in pursuit of these matters. Accordingly, it is in your best interest to retain the services of an equally aggressive and experienced attorney.

Contact Us

If you are currently being investigated for or have been formally charged with tax fraud, do not delay. Contact Austin tax fraud lawyer Ian Inglis Attorney at Law today at (512) 472-1950 today.

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