At McCauley Law Offices, P.C., we understand the importance of holding tax fraud accountable and ensuring the integrity of our tax system. Our dedicated team is experienced in assisting IRS whistleblowers who have valuable information about tax fraud or tax underpayments. With our guidance, you can navigate the complex IRS whistleblower reward program and protect your rights as a whistleblower.
Key Features of the IRS Whistleblower Reward Program:
Potential Reward: IRS whistleblowers may be eligible to receive a reward ranging from 15 percent to 30 percent of the total amount the IRS collects as a result of the information provided regarding tax fraud.
Qualification Criteria: To qualify for the program, whistleblowers must disclose information about tax fraud or tax underpayments that exceed $2 million, considering taxes, penalties, and interest. Additionally, the annual income of the individual involved in the tax fraud must exceed $200,000.
Protection of Identity: Whistleblowers can rest assured that their identity will be kept confidential by the IRS. Your anonymity is of utmost importance to us throughout the process.
Reward Appeals: If you feel that the IRS has not adequately recognized your contribution, you have the right to appeal the reward amount to the U.S. Tax Court. Our experienced attorneys will support you in navigating this process and fighting for a fair reward.
Mitigating Circumstances: It’s crucial to note that if you initiated or planned the tax fraud, the IRS may reduce or deny a reward. Similarly, if your allegations have been previously disclosed, the reward amount may be affected.
Take Action Today!
If you possess information about tax fraud that exceeds $2 million, our team at McCauley Law Offices, P.C. is here to help. We can provide you with the necessary guidance and support throughout the whistleblower process. Don’t hesitate to schedule a free consultation with our experienced attorneys by emailing or calling us. Together, we can make a difference in upholding the integrity of our tax system.