LEARN THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN CRIMINAL AND CIVIL TAX INVESTIGATIONS
Are you concerned you neglected to account for income you received? Did you fail to report wages to the IRS?
Perhaps your business did not pay payroll taxes? Or, maybe the business deduction claimed exceed the qualified limit? Regardless of the dilemna you or your business are presently confronted with, now may be the best time for you to review your options and learn your rights as a taxpayer!
Because the IRS sends millions of letters and so many letters go un-responded to, an increasing number of IRS employees/agents are showing up at homes and businesses unannounced and unscheduled, much to the shock of the homeowner and business owner.
It can be rather intimidating and quite scary for most. Don't unintentionally put your taxpayer rights at RISK! Know how to handle an unwelcomed visit from the Internal Revenue Service.
Find Out Whether You or Your Business Is Under Civil Or Criminal Investigations And How a Criminal Investigation Gets Started
by Kara Krystina Ostroski-Francis, Esq.
If an IRS employee/agent left a card at your home or showed up at your business, it may be time to seek tax guidance from a tax attorney to be sure you or your business interests are protected.
LEARN HOW TO GET A 30 MIN. COMPLIMENTARY LEGAL CONSULTATION WITH KARA KRYSTINA OSTROSKI-FRANCIS, ESQ.
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