Tax Crimes

The most common tax crimes include;

There are also comparable state tax law violations in the event the same acts are involved with state governmental tax agencies.  Tax crimes may be charged against individuals, as well as corporate officers, partners, fiduciaries and others involved in the tax reporting chain.  Whether the tax crime charges will be filed is dependent upon the amount of admissible evidence against the taxpayer, not dependent upon the amount involved.  Therefore, tax crimes are relevant to all taxpayers, not only the taxpayers that have made significant amounts of taxes. The amount of the tax loss to the government is only relevant in determining the sentence, not whether the crime occurred.

Additional tax crimes include evasion of payment in tax collection cases, stacking of corporate and individual tax liabilities, aiding and abetting tax fraud, failure to collect or pay over withholding tax, false withholding statements, and conspiracy to impede or defeat the collection of tax.

My name is John Ellsworth of Ellsworth Law Group, and I am a tax audit attorney that has successfully helped thousands of clients with their tax problems, including criminal tax offenses.  Contact my office at once if you are facing tax crime charges for immediate assistance with your case.

When we talk, I will analyze the facts of your case, give you my opinion about it, and discuss my approach to it.  I’ll explain how we’ll protect your legal rights, what your options are, and how the whole judicial process works, so you’ll know exactly what happens.  Plus, you’ll learn how I will guide you through the court system and how I’ll champion your rights, using all my ingenuity and the options in the legal system to defend and protect you.  For example, I’ll review the complaint against you and the steps which were taken by agents in their investigation of your case to determine if they are valid, and I’ll show you how the Special Agent’s testimony can be impeached.  I will also tell you about my fees (no fee – free first consultation!).  Anything you tell me during this and all other meetings will be confidential, whether or not you retain me.

In summary, with my help you’ll get:

  • A free initial phone consultation
  • Personalized attention.  I’ll return your phone calls promptly, keep you informed, and answer all questions to help you put the pieces back together
  • A free initial phone consultation
  • Personalized attention.  I’ll return your phone calls promptly, keep you informed, and answer all questions to help you put the pieces back together
  • Reasonable fees, and you’ll know in advance how you’ll be charged
  • Experience. I’ve helped people just like you hundreds of times
  • Aggressiveness. While I accept peaceful settlements, I take a tough stance to protect you

So, if you want an attorney you can talk to, who understands what you want, who is interested in you and your situation, and who fights to get you results, call me toll-free at 1-(888)551-0257 for your free consultation.

Contact a tax audit attorney at my firm if you have been charged with a tax-related criminal offense for skilled legal counsel and proven representation.

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