NC Tax Evasion Attorneys
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Criminal Tax Investigations and Defense
IRS criminal tax evasion investigations are on the rise in North Carolina and across the country. We are experienced criminal tax fraud defense attorneys, having defended countless criminal tax evasion cases for more than twenty years.
Have You Been Contacted By a Criminal Tax Agent?
If you have been contacted by IRS Special Agents, you should consult with an experienced criminal tax evasion attorney. Most people who are contacted by Criminal Tax Agents are afraid to decline the Agents’ request for an interview because they believe that if they do, the Agents will believe they are hiding something.
Are You Worried About an Audit?
The IRS has informed you that your tax return, or some aspect of it, has been selected for exam, and you know that there is some aspect of that return that is inaccurate or incomplete.
NC Tax Fraud Defense – We can provide the legal guidance that you need
We can provide the legal guidance that you need. If you have been served with a Federal Grand Jury Subpoena, an IRS administrative summons for documents, or if you have been visited by the Special Agents of the IRS-CI or NCDOR-CI, we can provide the legal guidance that you need. The IRS may encourage you to make a voluntary disclosure. However, we encourage you to seek the advice of a North Carolina criminal tax lawyer before making any statements to the IRS.
Self Employed? Own A Business?
Whether you own a business or are self-employed, or whether you are a tax preparer or advisor, a CPA or an accountant, if you have been contacted by Special Agents of the Internal Revenue Service or the North Carolina Department of Revenue, you need an experienced criminal tax attorney on your side. Don’t try to handle an IRS criminal tax investigation or North Carolina Department of Revenue criminal tax investigation on your own.
NC Dept of Revenue Criminal Investigation Division
Like their IRS counterparts, the North Carolina Department of Revenue Criminal Investigation Division typically investigates tax evasion, false tax returns, and failure to file and pay employee withholding taxes. Additionally, the NCDOR-CI investigates failure to file and pay sales and use taxes, employee pay withholding and settles North Carolina residency disputes.
Our Defense Network
We work with forensic accountants, former IRS and Department of Revenue agents and other professionals to develop your best defense to a criminal tax charge. Whether you are the subject of a criminal tax investigation, or are concerned that you might be in the future, you should consult with an experienced North Carolina criminal attorney immediately.
We serve clients in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, and throughout the entire state of North Carolina/NC with both IRS criminal investigations and North Carolina Department of Revenue criminal investigations. In addition, we assist and represent businesses and taxpayers across the country in IRS criminal investigations.
Doug Kingsbery is a North Carolina Board Certified Specialist in both State and Federal Criminal Defense. He focuses a significant portion of his practice on the defense of criminal tax accusations brought by the North Carolina Department of Revenue and the Internal Revenue Service.