Report Income Tax Fraud

Reporting income tax fraud has been rewarded by the IRS for over 50 years, although only recently has it been truly beneficial to report tax fraud. When the Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006 was signed into law on December 20, 2006 significant changes were made to the Informants Reward Program in favor of the informant. Up until that time the IRS had full discretion on payouts and no appeals were allowed once the IRS decided how much it was going to pay an informant for reporting income tax fraud.

It is in the best interest of informants to report tax fraud to the IRS through an attorney. A qualified income tax fraud attorney will make sure all steps are followed precisely to ensure that the informant will receive the maximum reward allowed. The information presented to the IRS needs to be formulated correctly in order for the IRS to investigate the tax fraud claim. The attorneys at Parker Waichman LLP have the experience necessary to handle your tax fraud claim from initial contact with IRS all the way through to the reward judgment. The law firm of Parker Waichman LLP has handled income tax fraud cases for hundreds of informants; this experience is paramount when dealing with such a large government agency such as the IRS.