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What Are the Consequences of Making False Statements to the IRS Before (or During) a Criminal Tax Audit?

Asset Forfeitures / IRS Audits, Offshore Account Update

Posted in on May 31, 2024

While several allegations can lead to criminal charges against individual and corporate taxpayers, some of the most common allegations involve making false statements to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Although inadvertently filing a false tax return is not a federal crime, willfully filing a false return is. As Washington D.C. criminal tax lawyer Kevin E. Thorn, Managing Partner of Thorn Law Group, explains, willfully making false statements to the IRS can have serious consequences—and this is true regardless of whether these statements are made before or during a criminal tax audit.Read More

IRS Audits: High Net Worth Individuals and Small Businesses Have Highest Audit Risk

Asset Forfeitures / IRS Audits, Hot Topics

Posted in on December 27, 2017

High net worth individuals and small businesses have a greater risk of being audited by the IRS. Learn why the IRS tends to audit high net worth individuals and small businesses, and what you can do to avoid an audit in the future.

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IRS Ramps Up Asset Forfeiture Activity

Asset Forfeitures / IRS Audits

Posted in on April 20, 2011

IRS to include asset forfeiture against taxpayers with offshore bank accounts and other international activities.

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IRS Steps Up Audits of “High Net Worth” Individuals

Asset Forfeitures / IRS Audits

Posted in on February 17, 2011

The IRS Global High Wealth Industry Group are to conduct audits of wealthy individuals and families.

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IRS Launches Employment Tax Audits!

Asset Forfeitures / IRS Audits

Posted in on January 14, 2010

Companies should make sure they are in compliance.

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