Kenney & McCafferty, PC 1787 Sentry Parkway West, Building 18, Suite 410, Blue Bell, PA 19422
Submit a Claim To Report Tax Fraud Claims in the Amount of $2 Million Dollars or More.
Claim Evaluation -If you have knowledge and evidence of IRS tax fraud in the amount of$2 Million Dollarsor more the law firm will evaluate your potenial claim quickly and for free. To submit a claim for consideration please answer the 16 questions listed below. Any information provided will be kept strictly confidential and will be for the use of the law firm's designated attorneys and/or the the IRS. The law firm strictly prohibits the dissemination, distribution or copying of information to any unauthorized outside parties. When will we contact you?-We will conact you within5 business days afteryou submit a claimfor consideration.If you fail to hear from our office in a reasonable time period please call us at (215) 667-4774 and ask one of our staff members to follow up on the status of your claim.
Important Tips on Submitting a Claim
Important Tips Further below on this page you will be asked to give a general description of the tax fraud scheme. For your convenience we have listed the 12 most popular and ongoing tax fraud schemes in the USA. 1.) A company and/or individual that omits reporting income earned in any foreign stock exchange.
2.) A company or individual that participates in bogus income tax shelters scams.
3.) A company or individual that hides or transfers assets or income out of the USA.
4.) A company or individual that is overstating the amount of deductions.
5.) A company or individual that deliberately omits income made from cash transactions.
6.) A company or individual overstating the amount of deductions.
7.) A company or individual making false entries in books and records.
8.) A company or individual claiming personal expenses as business expenses.
9.) A company or individual claiming false deductions.
10.) A company or individual underreporting income earned by employees who receive tips.
11.) A company or individual that pays its employees with cash.
12.) A company or individual that keeps two sets of books.
Statute of Limitations for Income Tax Matters There is a statute of limitations for certain federal tax fraud matters, however if a tax cheater failed to file a return, or if a tax return filed was false, fraudulent or a willful attempt to evade tax, then there's no limitation period at all for the Internal Revenue Service to conduct an investigation an/or prosecute and penalize a tax cheater.
Claim Submission Form
Please submit your tax fraud claim for evaluation by answering the 15 questions listed below.
Kenney & McCafferty, PC 1787 Sentry Parkway West, Building 18, Suite 410, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19422
To Report Tax Fraud Claims in the Amount of $2 Million Dollars or More
Call (215) 667-4774
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