Tax Evasion Charges
The federal tax code is extremely complex, yet despite the complicated nature of the tax laws, both individuals and organizations are expected to adhere to all regulations. Well-publicized tax evasion cases generally involve millions of dollars, but anyone can be charged with tax fraud and tax evasion. Criminal tax evasion and tax fraud charges can include understatement of income, overstating deductions, underpayments, fraudulent failure to file your tax returns and many other infractions. Criminal penalties include prison time, fines and restitution.
If the IRS has contacted you regarding possible tax evasion charges in Georgia, it is very important to talk to an experienced tax evasion lawyer before making any statements or providing any information to the government. At Conaway & Strickler, P.C., we are committed to defending your rights and providing you with the personal attention you need at this challenging time.Atlanta Tax Evasion Attorneys
Even before you are convicted of any tax evasion crime, the IRS can begin freezing your accounts and even seize your assets. An honest mistake can put your property, retirement nest egg and even your freedom at stake. Do not wait to seek legal representation.
Call the Atlanta tax evasion attorneys at Conaway & Strickler, P.C., to begin investigating your case. Tax evasion and tax fraud is investigated by the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) of the IRS and prosecuted by the Department of Justice Tax Division or the local U.S. attorney’s office. You need a legal team on your side that understands their tactics and will fight to defend your rights, your freedom and your property. Start by calling us today to set up a free consultation to discuss your case.