Manhattan Tax Fraud Lawyers Russ Kofman and Arthur Lebedin Explain Tax Evasion
July 01, 2022 at 15:33
Manhattan tax fraud lawyers Russ Kofman and Arthur Lebedin release a new article (https://www.lebedinkofman.com/manhattan-tax-fraud-lawyer/) explaining the meaning of tax evasion. The lawyers explain that tax evasion occurs when any person willfully attempts to evade or defeat any federal tax. There are three elements that must be proven in order for a person to be charged with tax evasion.
“The government does not have to prove the exact amount owed or evaded. The only thing it must establish is that the defendant knew and understood that he or she willfully intended to evade or defeat the tax due. An affirmative act is any act performed to mislead the government with respect to the amount of taxes due or to conceal income to avoid the assessment or payment of a tax,” says the article from Manhattan tax fraud lawyers.
The lawyers explain the three elements that must be proven to charge someone with tax evasion. These elements include that first, the defendant had a substantial income tax deficiency, the defendant made an affirmative attempt to evade or defeat the payment of the income tax, and the defendant acted willfully.
Attorney Russ Kofman adds that misrepresentations of income tax may take the form of underreporting income, inflating deductions, or hiding money and its interest altogether in offshore accounts. If a person fails to file a tax return, they may also face prosecution.
Defense attorney Arthur Lebedin says that acts of cyberterrorism and identity theft, as well as wire fraud, are all dependent on legal terms. Understanding what constitutes tax fraud acts is an essential part of the work done by any Manhattan tax fraud attorney. Any act of tax fraud is complex, no matter how serious or significant the charges are.
In the article, the lawyers add, “A competent IRS tax lawyer is required if you find yourself in a similar situation to the one described above. Experience is the best substitute when searching for a tax fraud attorney to handle your case. It is important to research the background and experience of the potential attorney who you will trust to handle your case. Don't hesitate to ask questions about similar cases.”
Lastly, the attorneys emphasize the importance of having a skilled lawyer when facing charges of tax evasion. An experienced lawyer may be able to help the defendant understand their rights and protect their freedom.
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