Tax Evasion Lawyer in Nassau County
Helping Clients Avoid Criminal Penalties
Any good accountant will help you avoid paying taxes, but once you fail to pay taxes that you legally owe, you could be subject to penalties for tax evasion. Not only will a conviction cost you a lot in fines, but you could even receive jail time and other criminal consequences. I am here to help you avoid issues by providing representation that can work with an IRS or NYS auditor. Call Wynne Law, P.C. today and schedule your free consultation to learn more about how to proceed.
Call (516) 246-2280 now or contact us online for a free consultation with a Garden City tax lawyer.
Surviving IRS Investigations
Tax evasion occurs when you willfully misrepresent your financial status. If the IRS has begun investigating your finances, the clock is already ticking. You need to get started on a legal strategy to protect your interests and avoid the consequences of a criminal prosecution. While an accountant is under no legal obligation to keep your information private, you can benefit from the attorney-client privilege that keeps all your information confidential by working with a skilled tax attorney. I have helped many clients protect themselves through careful planning.
In tax evasion cases, the IRS has the power to not only fine you, but even freeze your assets to get a closer look. Let me help you prevent that from happening.
Call Today for a Free Consultation
When we meet, I will go over your situation with you to help you better understand how to proceed with your case. Just because your finances appear to be dishonest does not mean you are a criminal. It is possible to convince the IRS auditor or appeals officer that any errors were the result of:
- Your accountant made mistakes of which you were not aware
- Your own mistake was an error of judgment rather than a willful tax evasion
I can help you protect your finances and avoid the devastating consequences of a criminal prosecution. Call today and get started.
Dial (516) 246-2280 now to meet with Wynne Law, P.C.