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The Tax Relief and Health Care Act of 2006 created an IRS Whistleblower Reward Program, which provides that any person who provides information to the IRS which leads to the identification of $2 million or more of unreported tax, including interest and penalties, may receive a monetary reward from the government. If the tax evader is an individual, as opposed to a business, the evader must make at least $200,000 in gross income. The potential rewards to IRS Whistleblowers are substantial. Tax whistleblowers can receive a minimum reward of 15% and a maximum award of 30%, if the whistleblower is the original source of the information. The IRS Whistleblower Office is responsible for assessing and analyzing incoming tips. The IRS is interested in getting credible information, that is well supported in fact, and speculation and educated guesses will not suffice. In addition, the IRS wants to target significant federal tax issues and the program should not be used to resolve personal problems or business disputes. To report tax fraud, you must submit a form to the IRS applying for a reward. The more details and facts you provide, the better you are positioned to collect a significant reward. Many IRS Whistleblowers rely on experienced whistleblower attorneys to investigate the tax fraud, prepare the form, and advocate to the IRS for payment of a reward. If you have original information regarding significant tax fraud on the federal government CONTACT US to schedule a consultation with Ms. Smith to discuss potential representation in pursuit of an IRS Whistleblower reward.  

Downtown:
1624 Market Street, Suite 202
Denver, CO, 80202

Tel (303) 876-0575
Silverthorne:
56 Road L, P.O. Box 601
Silverthorne, CO, 80498

Tel (303) 876-0575

Additional offices for meetings available in:
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