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Ian Leaf Tax Fraud Tips To Avoid Fraud

Tax returns are supposed to be completed every year in between the months of January—April, but if you don’t meet the deadline or do anything sketchy with your tax return form, you will be charged with tax fraud by the Criminal Investigation.

Too many people don’t mess with taxes, meaning they don’t get on the bad side of the tax return. Roughly 95% of Americans do what they are supposed to do and ensure their taxes are filed and send back before April. There are a few others who do not take tax time seriously. They will either change the numbers to attempt to get back more money, or they will procrastinate doing the taxes and sending them back in.

When you get your tax form (W2), the information on that form is NOT to be edited. Doing so will give you something to answer for in court. Simply do your taxes and your life will not have to be ruined.

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Ian Leaf

Ian Andrews Leaf has been a trusted consumer advocate for many years. His product advice has helped the companies he advised save money and avoid scams and fraudsters, as well as advising them on unique tax fraud issues. With special funding, he acquired High Fidelity Corporation (HFC). Leaf makes his home in Vivier City and is registered at a bank in the same location.