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False allegations of embezzlement

There are many different types of white collar offenses that executives, employees and others find themselves accused of. However, charges related to embezzlement can be particularly concerning and may lead to very harsh consequences. Worse yet, some people are accused of embezzling money when they are completely innocent and these false accusations can completely shatter their life. If you are struggling with allegations of embezzlement even though the claims are baseless, you need to immediately protect your interests and look into your legal options.

IRS investigation rates and results

People in New York may have a particularly unique view on cases involving alleged tax evasion or other offenses related to the payment or the non-payment of federal income taxes simply because of their location. With New York being the financial heart of the country, several high-profile cases end up taking place in this area. Many of these recent cases even involve people with ties to the current federal government administration.

What is tax evasion?

Paying taxes is regarded as an unpleasant process by most people in New York City. However, paying taxes is mandated under the law and failure to comply with these laws can result in steep fines or even jail time. The Balance offers the following information on tax evasion and the consequences of not complying with the IRS.

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