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Criminal Tax Representation FAQ

April 18, 2015

Does tax evasion definition include partnership LLC

Section 7201 defines the basic definition of tax evasion. It says that “any person” will be guilty of tax evasion if he attempts to evade or […]
February 4, 2015

Do later losses justify prior deductions?

It is a crime to knowingly overstate one’s deductions. I.R.C. Section 7201. The question posed here is whether one’s overstatement of his deductions somehow may be “justified” […]
November 22, 2014

What are the penalties for Spies tax evasion?

Spies evasion is a more serious offense than a simple misdemeanor for non-filing your tax return. This is because the mere non-filing of a tax return […]
October 25, 2014

How the IRS generates leads about suspected tax crimes

The Criminal Investigation Division (CID) trains the rest of the IRS’s employees to be alert for, and to report any indication of, fraud. Each service center […]
October 3, 2014

What is the source of law that defines tax evasion?

The source of law that defines tax evasion is Section 7201 of the Internal Revenue Code. However, that definition has been expanded, amplified, and interpreted by […]
September 5, 2014

Is it tax evasion if my W-4 contains false statements?

Without knowing more about your specific facts and circumstances, this question cannot be answered. However, IRC Section 7201 finds a person liable for tax evasion when […]