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Offenses with respect to compromises and closing agreements are set forth in Sections 7121-7122 of the Internal Revenue Code. Sections 7121-7122 is more fully described below.
According to the Internal Revenue Service a potential remedy for taxpayers in trouble with the IRS is the Offer in Compromise (OIC) by which tax debts are settled for a compromised amount. The IRS will generally accept offers in compromise only when the agency has reason to believe that a taxpayer cannot pay more than the amount settled upon in the OIC. Before accepting an OIC, the IRS will require evidence that you have no other assets to sell and raise more money, and that you have no ability to increase your income. The IRS will require a financial statement on a form known as 433.
In some instances, offers in compromise may result in significantly less than the original tax due amount. This prospect may lead a taxpayer to conceal or omit certain assets from his financial statements to try to reduce the total amount the IRS will accept as part of the offer in compromise.
It is a criminal offense to hide, conceal or remove assets in the course of negotiation of an offer in compromise. If the government has reason to believe you moved or hid some of your assets, the government may commence an investigation which may result in criminal charges. If you believe that you may be the subject of may IRS investigation, contact a lawyer with substantial experience handling criminal tax matters.
The Offices of David M. Garvin, P.A. has a proven track record and the experience necessary to properly represent clients who face criminal charges such as these. Our clients tend to be highly educated, successful and sophisticated. Many are referred to the law firm by their trusted advisors (CPAs, investment advisors and attorneys).
If you are ready to consult with an experienced criminal Tax attorney contact David M. Garvin to schedule a consultation regarding possible criminal charges relating to alleged tax violations including compromises and closing agreements. Our main office is located in Miami, Florida and serves clients throughout Florida and nationwide. Call (305) 371-8101 to discuss your serious legal matter involving any criminal investigation or tax violation, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The law offices of David M. Garvin, P.A. concentrates on serious criminal tax cases and white collar crime defense. Mr. Garvin is a Florida Bar Certified tax attorney and accepts cases nationally. Mr. Garvin defends serious tax and criminal cases alleging tax fraud, bank fraud, healthcare fraud, commodities fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, ponzi schemes, tax evasion, money laundering, false statements and other serious white collar crimes.
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