It might sound counterintuitive but going to the IRS, or the SEC first would be a huge mistake, if you possess information related to federal tax, or securities fraud
(PRWEB) June 13, 2011
The Corporate Whistle Blower Center is urging current, or former superintendents, project managers, accounting, or payroll managers to step forward, for what could a dramatic reward from the IRS for tax fraud, if they have substantial proof of their homebuilder employer was misclassifying, what were full time employees, as sub contractors. Typically these 1099'd subcontractors were also undocumented workers from Mexico. The group says, "In the Southwest, Southeast, Mountain West, the Mid-West, Texas, and much of the Northeast, the workers who built our nations new single family homes, town homes or mid rise condominiums were undocumented. Instead of classifying the workers as full time employees, the major US homebuilders called the undocumented workers sub-contractors, and no one paid any taxes on the worker." The time frames for this tax fraud activity go back as far as 2006, or possibly 2005. Current, for former managers for major regional, or national homebuilders, who possess significant proof related to these types of activities are encouraged to contact the Corporate Whistle Blower Center anytime at 866-714-6466, or they can contact the group via its web site at http://CorporateWhistleBlowerCenter.Com
The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says,"To be eligible for a possible substantial IRS tax fraud reward, current or former employees of major US homebuilders must have documentation that backs up what they say happened." The types of documentation need includes the following:
- Sub-contractor or coyote labor broker agreements between the homebuilder & their subcontractors. The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "We know current or former major homebuilder job site superintendents like paper work. We know if you still have these documents, these documents could be extremely helpful with respect to a possible IRS tax fraud reward."
- E-mails discussing undocumented workers from corporate management with superintendents, or homebuilder employees.
- Payroll information from major US homebuilder accounting staff that will demonstrate the undocumented workers were being classified as "1099 subcontractors", when they were in fact full time employees. Frequently this involved the homebuilder assisting a labor broker to be set up as a sub contractor.
- If the former construction superintendent, project manager, payroll manager, or HR executive has proof of shareholder fraud, on the part of a publicly traded homebuilder, this could potentially open the door for whistleblower provisions that are contained in the Dodd Frank Consumer Protection Act, that was enacted last year.
- The most important proviso in all of this information is the wrongdoing tax liability, or shareholder liability must exceed $2 million dollars.
The Corporate Whistle Blower Center says, "It might sound counterintuitive but going to the IRS, or the SEC first would be a huge mistake, if you possess information related to federal tax, or securities fraud. We are all about protecting whistleblowers, and making certain they are successful." If a current or former major US homebuilder executive, or employee has specific documentation of wage or hour abuse with undocumented workers, coyote or phony sub contractor agreements, e-mails, or any type of securities fraud they should contact the Corporate Whistle Blower Center at 866-714-6466, or visit their web site at http://CorporateWhistleBlowerCenter.Com