When it comes to tax fraud defense against the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), attorneys are invaluable partners to have on your team. After all, you could find yourself in serious trouble if you are found guilty of the charges.
Here’s something that you should know about the IRS. This agency will stop at nothing to prosecute alleged tax fraud perpetrators to the fullest extent of the law. The IRS has the legal authority to levy bank accounts, garnish wages, seize property and imprison people for tax fraud.
If you aren’t knowledgeable about the way in which the IRS operates, representing yourself is similar to playing a game of chance. Why not hire a professional to increase your odds of a successful outcome?
Although hiring a good attorney may cost a considerable amount of money, the benefits of taking this action are endless.
1. Attorneys can draft your correspondence and communicate with IRS agents on the phone on your behalf.
2. Attorneys can reduce your odds of self-incrimination. Your attorney can advise you about ways to effectively communication with the IRS without forfeiting your rights.
3. Attorneys can negotiate with IRS agents on your behalf.
When tax fraud is involved, the IRS can be aggressive. It’s important for you to hire an attorney who knows how to effectively handle this agency’s aggressive tactics.
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