From the tax authorities by David W. Klasing

Methods a taxpayer might use to evade tax assessment:

  • Hide various sources of income
  • Create multiple ledgers of your finances to hide your income
  • Destroying documents related to finance
  • Hide employee wages by paying cash
  • Making fraudulent statements to the IRS and its agents, forcing employees to lie to the IRS
  • Creation of fake invoices
  • Use of independent contractors or misclassification of employees as contractors to avoid tax withholding

To prove payment evasion, the government could look for:

  • Avoid using credit cards, checks, and other forms of payment that can leave a paper trail
  • Change of ownership of their property to family members and others
  • Creating a bank account with fraudulent information like a fake name or social security number
  • Passing personal income or debts on to others
  • Money laundering through foreign financial accounts
  • Opening lockers under false names to hide jewelry, gems and other valuable personal belongings
  • Using other people’s bank accounts to hide money and assets

If you are at risk of tax evasion as a result of a federal or state civil exam, eggshell exam, reverse eggshell exam, or criminal tax investigation, get in touch with a dual licensed California tax attorney and CPA quickly. The tax authorities of David W. Klasing I want you to know that you don’t have to face the tax authorities and their investigators without legal defense and accounting representation. To talk to David W. Klasing Call us at (800) 681-1295 for confidential advice. We represent customers nationally in IRS issues and in California for government issues.

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Public contact: Dave Klasing Esq. MS-Tax CPA, [email protected]

SOURCE Tax Law Offices of David W. Klasing, PC

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