Palm Beach County Criminal Tax Defense

IRS Investigations of Tax Fraud

Unfiled tax returns, tax evasion, false information reported on a tax return or utilizing illegal off-shore bank accounts are just some of the causes for having a criminal investigation conducted on you by an IRS Special Agent. An IRS audit can uncover questionable transactions which can lead to an investigation being undertaken by the IRS Criminal Investigation Division.

It is in your best interest to have your tax attorney present during an audit or examination of your taxes. If it is reported to the IRS by a family member, business associate or acquaintance that you may be involved in criminal tax fraud, you can also be investigated.

Knowing the Immediate Steps to Take

You may be unaware that an investigation is ongoing as the IRS is not required to inform you of their actions. Being found guilty of a tax crime can result in a federal prison sentence. Immediately consult with a Palm Beach County tax law lawyer if you suspect you are being investigated or if an IRS Special Agent contacts you. Do not make a statement to the IRS under any circumstances as anything that you say can be used against you at any point in the legal proceedings.

Defending Against Criminal Tax Charges

Mr. Miller has over two decades of experience in the field of tax law. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and worked for the IRS as an IRS Revenue Agent. This gives him the perspective of all sides of a criminal tax case and he is highly regarded in his field as well as for his aggressive defense of clients. A thorough review will need to be made of your case and a strategy composed and executed with the goal of a successful resolution to your alleged criminal tax matters.

Contact a Palm Beach Count criminal tax defense attorney at the first sign that you are under investigation by the IRS Criminal Investigation Division.

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