Tax crimes can includes tax evasion or tax fraud. Tax evasion is when individuals deliberately misrepresent their moneys earned or assets to avoid paying taxes. This can involve understating income, overstating tax deductions or falsifying tax returns. Tax evasion cases can often be very complex and involve offshore accounts, trusts or foundations utilized to purposely evade United States tax laws. Tax crime cases may start from an investigation from the Internal Revenue Service and end up in the United States Attorney's Office who then will prosecute both individuals and corporations for criminal tax violations. These complex white collar cases require the expertise of a skilled attorney. Therefore, Mr. Seitles should be contacted from the first moment you or your loved one is contacted by law enforcement or the IRS.
Mr. Seitles is committed to fighting for you or your loved one's rights and is prepared to defend his clients against serious accusations of tax fraud or tax evasion.
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