We think the first whistleblower reward for this new IRS tax fraud program of $4.5 million dollars is peanuts, compared to what we think is out there.
(Vocus/PRWEB) April 11, 2011
The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "We can help a corporate federal tax fraud whistleblower with our unique service because we understand the process, and as importantly we think we can carefully explain the rules to a whistle blower, to make certain they are pointed in the right direction." They say,"With respect to the rules, it is much easier to become an IRS tax fraud whistleblower, as opposed to blowing the whistle on Medicare, or Medicaid fraud. The laws that govern the $60+ billion a year US Medicare fraud disaster are called Qui Tams, and the federal government's approach to whistle blowers in this arena, is much more complicated, and frequently less successful than what we think the IRS tax fraud reward program offers." The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "We think the first whistleblower reward for this new IRS tax fraud program of $4.5 million dollars is peanuts, compared to what we think is out there. The potential for this new IRS whistleblower reward program is very exciting, and we want ethical corporate executives, or accountants to exploit it, if they have provable information." Potential federal tax fraud whistleblowers are encouraged to call the Corporate Whistle Blower Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://CorporateWhistleBlowerCenter.Com
Some Samples Of IRS Tax Fraud That Would Be Compatible With Their Reward Program
- On a large scale an employer calling undocumented workers 1099 subcontractors, so they are not required to pay federal, or state taxes on the worker. In this instance the worker is treated like an employee, with the exception of paying taxes. The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "There are probably more than 1,000 US larger employers, that are guilty of this.
- Larger companies, or very high net worth individuals writing off, or depreciating items, that should not be depreciated, or written off. Two perfect examples would be multi million dollar yachts, or corporate type jets, that are never used for business purposes.
- Phoney tax shelters of all shapes, and sizes.
The group says, "We also think IRS tax fraud is much more straight forward. However, because we have seen it ourselves, you need a thorough understanding of the rules, and you need a really skilled law firm backing you up. If you go to the IRS, or news media first, our worries are pretty simple; either the IRS would mess it up, and you would not get rewarded, or by going public, someone jumps ahead of you in line, and they get the reward instead of you." The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "Our goal is to assist the corporate whistleblower with information related to the rules of the game, making sure they actually have something, and then finding them they absolute best law firm in the United States, to help them advance the ball, in the direction of a reward. There is no service comparable to this in the United States, or for that matter, in the world." For more information potential corporate tax fraud whistle blowers are encouraged to call the Corporate Whistle Blower Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via their web site at http://CorporateWhistleblowerCenter.Com.