Monday, April 14, 2014

Lying to the IRS: Just Don't Do It

When tax season rolls around, everyone hopes to get a refund and to avoid paying taxes. Unfortunately, however, that outcome just isn’t reality for many people. While paying taxes can be frustrating, you should know that engaging in any kind of fraud or lying when it comes to the IRS just isn’t worth it!

Most people who commit tax fraud don’t do so in big ways; they just commit “little” frauds, such as claiming unearned income or making up expenses that don’t really exist. Some people will even fib about the number of dependents they currently have. While some of these scams might work for a while, they will likely results of that tax audit aren’t favorable, you could end up in serious legal and financial trouble.
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Get the most out of the tax filing process the legal way by allowing a qualified accountant to assist you. The accountants at Susan S. Lewis, Ltd. of Naperville are trained to make your income tax filing as beneficial to you as possible.