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Tax Fraud

The Internal Revenue Service also allows whistleblowers to seek redress on behalf of the government.

The IRS seeks specific and credible information in support of whistleblower tax fraud allegations regarding noncompliant taxpayers. The IRS Whistleblower Office awards whistleblowers up to 30 percent of the tax, penalty and other amounts it collects from persons or companies that do not pay the tax they owe. Award percentages are generally determined based on the amount of the alleged unpaid tax. If the amount in dispute (i.e., alleged unpaid tax) is greater than $2 million, the IRS will pay between 15% and 30% of the amount collected. For reports of unpaid tax less than the $2 million threshold, the IRS will pay an award up to 15% of the amount collected.

Examples of tax law violations include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • False exemptions
  • False deductions
  • False or altered documents
  • Unreported income
  • Narcotics income
  • Failure to withhold tax
  • Gambling

 

If you have specific information related to the above-mentioned wrongdoings or similar fraud, contact us and we will analyze your case and provide step-by-step assistance with filing a whistleblower claim to stop the fraud.

Learn more on how to file a whistleblower suit.

 


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