If you choose to not file a tax return, and wait for the IRS to find you, the cost of additional penalties & interest grows exponentially. And if the IRS seeks you out before you have filed past-due returns, or if you lie to the IRS or hide assets, the likelihood of criminal prosecution escalates.

CONSEQUENCE: Criminal Failure to File Tax Returns or Tax Evasionis punishable by up to 5 years in federal prison per tax year and a criminal fine of up to $250,000.

If you have unfiled returns, you rise to the top of the list of people the IRS wants to target to collect revenue. Intentionally not filing, or filing a false return, is a federal crime, which can result in stiff penalties including prison time and $250,000 in fines along with the prosecution costs. Over the past three years, more than half of the cases that the IRS investigated for failure to file taxes resulted in prosecution. Out of those prosecuted, 78 percent were indicted and served an average of 40 months in prison along with paying all withheld taxes, interest, and prosecution fees.*

SOLUTION: If You’re Being Investigated by the IRS’ Criminal Investigation Division, You Need to Hire The Heinkel Tax LawGroup (and attorney Kenton Sands) to Represent You.

If you’re on the IRS’ radar, or about to be, of course you need to know how to avoid criminal prosecution. And you’re likely wondering if you’ll be facing a huge tax debt plus penalties and interest, and whether or not you can pay it; should you submit an offer in compromise, or will bankruptcy help? We know the answers and we can help solve your problems, whatever level they’re at! TaxProblemSolver.com works with noted criminal tax defense attorney Kenton Sands, a former federal prosecutor for the U.S. Department of Justice, and together they make a formidable team to put to work for you! Our unwavering advice is to act to resolve your unfiled returns, or other potentially criminal acts, now before a simple mistake becomes a federal crime.

Contact Us Now to Represent You and Get Your Life Back.

Just fill out the contact form and give us as many details about your situation as possible – or call us – and you can discuss your case privately with either Mr. Heinkel or Mr. Sands in full confidentiality. Remember, there is no attorney-client confidentiality between you and those 800# companies. Don’t wait any longer!