Are You Cheating on Your Taxes?

They IRS believes that most people are cheating on their taxes. They especially target middle class people who have gotten into tax trouble.  Wealthy people are seldom targeted by the IRS. We represent everyone.

Are you cheating on your taxes? In my experience, rich taxpayers cheat on their taxes more often than middle income or working class taxpayers. In my first book -IRS Whistleblower, I wrote about the many tax collection cases that I worked and the problems were usually caused by greed only about 10% of the time. Greed is when taxpayers decide that they pay enough taxes and then structure their businesses and personal finances to evade paying income or employment taxes.

Avoiding paying too much tax is legal and that is what CPA’s and Enrolled Agents can help you do. Evading taxes is illegal. We can help you stay out of jail. Last year 537 people went to jail for cheating on their IRS taxes. I can help you get your finances sorted out and get you back on the legal track, so that the IRS does not pay too much attention to you.

It is sometimes difficult to figure out how you got into a mess with the IRS. But one day you start to get the letters or an IRS collection officer shows up at your front door or worse yet, at your place of employment. You may have ignored the tax issues in the past, but on that day, it all hits the fan.

In the eyes of the IRS, you are guilty until proven innocent. Not a good place to be. We have years of knowledge and experience working tax cases just like yours. Call Enrolled Agent Richard Schickel today at 520-448-3531 and we can make a plan to get this tax burden under control, once and for all.

 

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