Because the IRS offers a reward to people who report criminal tax fraud, criminal tax investigations usually start when an acquaintance — an ex-wife or disgruntled employee — informs the IRS of a failure to file a tax return.
Failure to file a tax return is a federal crime. The government has six years from the date a tax return was due to criminally charge you. If you are convicted, you could face prison time as well as enormous civil tax penalties and interest assessments, on top of the taxes you owe.
When Experience Matters
Attorney Frank Rubino handles federal criminal defense for white collar crimes, including tax crimes. While handling the criminal portion of your case, Mr. Rubino accesses skilled tax experts to advise and represent you in negotiations with the IRS or other taxing authorities.
Frank Rubino has developed a national and worldwide reputation as an aggressive white collar crime lawyer with the experience and knowledge to help high-profile clients avoid serious punishments. When you need serious defense against criminal tax charges for failure to file a tax return, contact Mr. Rubino's defense office. From offices in Miami and Houston, he represents clients in Florida, Texas, and across the nation.
Strategic Tax Defense
The defense against charges of failure to file a tax return must be two-fold: the first goal is to convince the IRS not to bring criminal charges and the second to address repayment of back taxes. Better to pay with money than with the loss of freedom and years of your life.
We then work in conjunction with a tax attorney to eliminate tax penalties, to minimize tax assessments, and to work out a repayment plan. The IRS has a voluntary disclosure program that stipulates that if a taxpayer voluntarily admits a tax error and makes an effort at repayment, the IRS will typically avoid criminal prosecution.
Contact Frank A. Rubino, Esq.
If you need a federal white collar crime lawyer, experience makes the difference. If you have been charged with or are under investigation for tax fraud or other charges, call attorney Frank A. Rubino, Esq. at 866-718-3994 or complete our contact form.