On this week’s episode of the Tax Rep Network Podcast, Eric Green is joined by Gwen Moore and Ajay Gupta to discuss how a criminal tax case works, from referral to sentencing. There are myriad misunderstandings regarding this topic, leading to this necessary and important conversation.
In case you haven’t been listening to the podcast lately, Gwen is a friend of Eric’s who hosts the podcast from time to time. She has her own firm in Chicago, the Moore Firm, where she does civil and criminal tax controversy. Ajay is of council with Gwen’s firm, doing everything from tax planning in Silicon Valley to being an assistant United States attorney, prosecuting tax cases.
To open the conversation, Eric shares a vital fact that all taxpayers need to understand: when IRS special agents now have a case, they’re not looking to collect money, they’re not looking to just clarify something. When they come out and knock on a door, it is because they believe they have enough evidence that a crime was committed, and now they’re going to see if they can get more information. Specifically, they’re there to try to get a conviction.
Eric then segues into the classification of a criminal case and the various circumstances, receiving assistance and expert knowledge from Ajay.
Interested in learning more? You can listen to the full episode of the Tax Rep Network Podcast now! Additionally, if you’d like to contact Gwen or Ajay, their information is:
Guinevere Moore: email@example.com
Ajay Gupta: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up for more episodes here: https://taxrepllc.com/subscribe-tax-rep-network-podcast/