Tax Evasion in the State of Texas
Tax evasion is considered a white collar crime. If you are being charged with fraud or tax evasion, you need an attorney right away. Charges are stiff on both the State and Federal level. Additional charges may be filed against you if you have sent data regarding your taxes electronically to any tax agency.
Avoiding to pay your taxes, or manipulation of returns, can carry prison time, fines, and restitution. If you are under investigation, or being charged in the State of Texas, call Kirk & Williams right away. Do not talk to anyone regarding your situation, talk to your experienced attorney first.
If you are in fear, remember, your attorney can help. Do not entertain the offers of some type of negotiation, or plea bargain from the IRS. Let Kirk & Williams be your voice. Don't wait to take some sort of action, time is of the essence.
|Statutes||Tax Code sec. 151.7032 and 151.7102; Business and Commerce Code sec. 326.001-326.002|
Failing to pay sales taxes collected to the state comptroller
Intentionally or knowingly committing various fraudulent acts with respects to books and
Using automated sales suppression devices or phantom-ware to falsify an electronic
Failure to pay (tax evasion):
False entry/failure to enter required records:
Failure to produce record for inspection:
Use of automated sales suppression devices and phantom-ware:
|Sales tax permits may be revoked or suspended, and future permits may be denied
by the state comptroller
The experienced team of Kirk & Williams are here to help you with a strong defense.
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