IRS Whistleblower Attorney in Chicago

 IRS Whistleblower

CHICAGO IRS WHISTLEBLOWER LAWYER

The IRS Whistleblower Office (26 U.S.C. 7623), provides awards to individuals who provide information to their office that a person has failed to pay the tax they owe to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). These awards can be up to 30 percent of the amount the IRS collects including the additional taxes and penalties.

Reporting Tax Fraud in Chicago, Illinois

The IRS will pay these awards if the person provides specific and credible information to the IRS which results in the collection of taxes, penalties, or interest. The IRS Whistleblower Office provides two types of awards. In the first, if the amounts in dispute is more than $2 million, the IRS may pay 15 to 30 percent of the amount collected. If the case is against an individual that person’s gross income must exceed $200,000. In the second type of cases, where the $2 million or $200,000 amounts cannot be met, the maximum award is 15 percent up to $10 million.

Experienced Illinois Tax Fraud Attorney

If you have information about federal tax fraud or tax underpayments by either a company or individual, contact tax fraud lawyer Michael C. Rosenblat in Chicago, Illinois. Attorney Michael C. Rosenblat is an experienced and respected whistleblower lawyer. He served as the deputy chief of the Illinois attorney general’s Medicaid Fraud Control Unit. He has also represented the state and the whistleblower relators in cases which have resulted in significant settlements or verdicts.

Chicago IRS Whistleblower Rewards Attorney Rosenblat

Attorney Michael C. Rosenblat is committed to helping individuals secure awards for providing information to the IRS Whistleblower Office, if someone has failed to pay the IRS the taxes they owe, including underreporting taxes. You can reach Chicago IRS whistleblower protection attorney Michael C. Rosenblat by calling 847-480-2390. You can also contact our law firm online.

The IRS Whistleblower Office (26 U.S.C. 7623), provides awards to individuals who provide information to their office that a person has failed to pay the tax they owe to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). These awards can be up to 30 percent of the amount the IRS collects including the additional taxes and penalties.

Reporting Tax Fraud in Chicago, Illinois

The IRS will pay these awards if the person provides specific and credible information to the IRS which results in the collection of taxes, penalties, or interest. The IRS Whistleblower Office provides two types of awards. In the first, if the amounts in dispute is more than $2 million, the IRS may pay 15 to 30 percent of the amount collected. If the case is against an individual that person’s gross income must exceed $200,000. In the second type of cases, where the $2 million or $200,000 amounts cannot be met, the maximum award is 15 percent up to $10 million.