The removal or concealment of information with intent to defraud is a violation of law as set forth in section 7206(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. Section 7206(4) is more fully described below.
The investigation may also include an investigation as to other related violations such as:
• Attempts to evade or defeat tax;
• Failure to file, supply information or pay tax;
• Fraud or false statement;
• Aid or assist false or fraudulent document; and
• Removal or concealment with intent to defraud.
"Removal or concealment with intent to defraud" often refers to bookkeeping by which information is removed or concealed from view of the IRS. In today's computerized culture, this may include hiding laptop computers or hard drives. It may also involve retail stores where transactions may be conducted in cash, but the amounts listed on receipts do not reflect sales.
If you believe that you may be the target of an investigation you should seek the advice of experienced legal counsel as soon as possible. Do not attempt to explain your business operations to an IRS criminal investigator. Let your attorney discuss the issues. The evidence collected by the investigators is intended to support the case brought by the IRS.
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Attorney David M. Garvin is a criminal tax trial Attorney. He devotes his law practice to representing clients facing criminal tax charges or investigations.
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 removal or concealment with intent to defraud.
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