Federal Tax Evasion Lawyers in Boston, Massachusetts
IRS Tax Evasion Carries Serious Penalties
Are you under investigation for not paying your taxes? Is the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) coming after you for underpayment of your taxes?
In order to be convicted of tax evasion, the prosecution must prove beyond a reasonable doubt that you intentionally chose to avoid your legal duty to pay taxes you owed.
The IRS considers tax evasion to include acts such as:
- Inflating deduction amounts
- Veiling income sources
- Destroying your records
- Putting your property into another person’s name
- Creating fake invoices
- Keeping parallel accounting
Tax Evasion Is A Felony
If convicted for tax evasion you could be facing five years in jail and or a $250,000 fine, in addition to having to pay the taxes that you owe.
Contact the Yannetti Criminal Defense Law Firm tax evasion lawyers for tough legal advocacy if you are facing tax evasion charges for:
- Not filing a tax return
- Filing a fraudulent return
- Misrepresenting or concealing financial information
- Failing to pay taxes
It is important to have a qualified attorney representing your rights and interests in a tax evasion case.
Get Help From Our Experienced Attorneys For Your Tax Evasion Charges
If you are facing charges for tax evasion, prosecutors need to prove that your mistakes were intentional. You need a strong legal advocate to help you. We can provide the counsel and advice you need and defend you if you case goes to trial.
We have experience representing executives from Fortune 500 companies to owner-operator businesses throughout Boston and New England.
Serving all of New England, Boston, and New York, the Yannetti Criminal Defense Law Firm have over 30 years of combined experience of relevant experience. Our law firm offers a free phone consultation.