Tax Fraud

At The Law Office of John McDuff, P.C., we most often deal with two types of tax fraud:

  1. Alleged Concealment of Income
  2. Alleged Declaration of False Tax Deductions

If you did not intend to conceal income, or take false deductions, then you have not committed tax fraud. However, if all the circumstances imply that you did have intent, your innocence may be a challenge to prove. John McDuff is well placed to defend taxpayers in controversial cases such as tax fraud allegations. The IRS will be looking for evidence of the following:

  • Intentional failure to file income tax returns
  • Intentional failure to pay taxes
  • Intentional failure to report all income
  • Willful attempts to produce fraudulent or false claims
  • Willful attempts to prepare and file a false tax return

Contact John McDuff

You may want to volunteer something to the IRS, or change your tax return. Or you simply have to react to an IRS inquiry. Regardless, The Law Office of John McDuff, P.C. is well prepared to take on your case. John McDuff has over 20 years of experience in tax litigation and worked as a CPA. Contact John McDuff at  512.457.1177 to schedule an appointment.

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