The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) estimates that over the past 30 years, the tax gap has fluctuated in a narrow range—15 to 18 percent of total tax liability. In 2016, the IRS provided data for 2008-2010, showing a tax gap of $458 billion. For 2006 the tax gap is estimated to be $450 billion.Read More
The Tax Whistleblower Law Firm, consisting of former IRS attorneys, has successfully worked with the IRS and the tax whistleblower program. The Tax Whistleblower Law Firm has submitted claims as to hundreds of taxpayers for billions of dollars.
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Prior to working on any Whistleblower Claim, the IRS will conduct what is known as a “taint review.” This review ensures good behavior by our government, and that in this case, it will ensure that the IRS is not encouraging Whistleblowers to provide information/documentation that would not otherwise be available to the IRS. In fact, there is the possibility that the Court itself would throw out information/documents that should not have been available to the IRS or perhaps, even worse, throw out the entire action (i.e. audit) by the IRS if it is using tainted information from a whistleblower.Read More
The whistleblower program is a win-win for U.S. taxpayers and for the IRS. Billions of dollars of taxes have been collected by the IRS in the last 10 years because of the Whistleblower Program.Read More