Tax Whistleblower

How to Report IRS Fraud/Tax Evasion

Tax and Internal Revenue Service (IRS) fraud is one of the most common types of fraud. The costs to the American public and important governmental services are extremely high. When you've witnessed or learned of corporate or individual tax fraud, you should speak with a whistleblower attorney immediately.

At the Whistleblower Law Firm, our experienced attorneys are prepared to answer all of your tax fraud questions. Contact our attorneys or call us at 1-866-558-4259 to schedule your free, confidential consultation to discuss IRS and tax fraud.

IRS and Tax Fraud in the U.S.

The IRS strongly targets large corporate tax fraud and multinational company tax fraud. Reporting corporate tax fraud comes with its own rewards and risks, but a successful whistleblower or qui tam suit for tax fraud can result in millions of dollars to the whistleblower.

Tax fraud usually involves varying forms of tax evasion. It occurs when a corporation or individual hides money, stores money in offshore accounts or lies on a tax return. A bookkeeper, accountant or corporate lawyer is often the first to recognize the fraud.

When you learn of IRS or tax fraud, you should quickly speak with a federal whistleblower lawyer. It's best to understand whether you have a whistleblower case before reporting tax fraud because you will have greater protections if you proceed with a qui tam or whistleblower lawsuit.

Contact Our Tax Whistleblower Attorneys

When you have questions about a whistleblower lawsuit for tax fraud, contact the Whistleblower Law Firm or call us at 1-866-558-4259. We take your privacy very seriously and will carefully protect your information and your identity until the time is right.