Florida tax evasion conviction can result in prison time and fine

On Behalf of | Jun 19, 2015 | Tax Evasion

When a Florida resident is accused of committing a crime involving fraudulent behavior with regard to taxes, he or she faces the possibility of standing trial and serving time in prison if convicted. Tax evasion is one of the most common fraud charges litigated in court. There are a number of circumstances that would include tax fraud.

Failing to report income in an offshore account, inflation of deductions or charitable donations, and not filing a tax return are among the reasons that a person is sometimes charged with a tax fraud. If a person pays taxes that he or she previously did not, he or she may be granted amnesty by the U.S. Government. It is advisable to seek representation from a legal professional under such circumstances in order to attempt to avoid criminal charges.

Frank A. Rubino, Esq., is an experienced and dedicated attorney who is prepared to defend his clients at the federal level. He is prepared to work alongside tax attorneys and accountants in order to help you comply with U.S. tax laws and avoid criminal charges. Attorney Rubino is well-known for his work in defending clients in high-profiled cases.

If you’ve been accused of tax evasion in Florida, you have the potential to face time in prison as well as incur a hefty financial fine. You have the right to seek the advice of an experienced attorney who has successfully litigated many cases involving tax issues. You may contact Frank A. Rubino, Esq., today for an appointment. He is prepared to offer you an effective defense.

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