Protecting IRS Whistleblowers
Billions of dollars of revenue and income go unreported to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) each year. To help collect these unreported funds, the IRS has set up a whistleblower rewards program so individuals have a strong incentive to report major tax fraud of more than $1 million. By doing so, whistleblowers are awarded a percentage of the funds the IRS ultimately recovers.
The attorneys at Cross Law Firm, S.C., represent individuals across the country who are aware of serious IRS violations by their employer. However, you must act today — recovery is only possible if you are the first to bring forward new violations. Once you discuss your situation with our firm, we will take immediate action to file a claim and investigate the facts of your case.
Don’t Miss Your Chance For Substantial Compensation
Contact our IRS whistleblower lawyers online today or call our firm directly at 414-224-0000 to learn more about our services.
The IRS Whistleblower Program
Many employees are concerned about what could happen to them if their employer discovers they “blew the whistle” on a company’s tax fraud. They often worry about retaliation in the form of termination, discrimination, reduced hours or being denied a promotion. This worry should not deter you from doing what is right and contacting our firm. Federal law protects you against retaliation in any form. If your employer engages in retaliatory behavior, inform us immediately, and we will take swift action to protect your rights.
The IRS also protects the identity of all whistleblowers unless revealing their identity is required by law. In all such instances, the IRS will ask whether you wish to proceed.
Do You Have A Case?
IRS whistleblower actions typically require insider knowledge and documentation. However, you should speak to our firm as soon as possible. We work with experts who can help you obtain all necessary information and will counsel you through every stage of the process.
Examples of common IRS whistleblower claims involve:
- Failure to file tax returns
- Underreporting income or overstating deductions
- Failure to pay
- Abusing offshore tax havens
- Money laundering
- Withholding federal employment taxes
Get Answers To Your Questions About Bringing A Tax Fraud Whistleblower Action
Contact our tax-reporting violations firm online to learn more about how we can help you report the wrongdoing of your employer. We are a nationwide firm and represent clients across the country. Evening and weekend appointments are available for your convenience. Call today at 414-224-0000.