Learn if You Should Report Your Boss for IRS Fraud

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Should Your Boss Be Reported For IRS Fraud?

If you know or suspect your employer is committing tax fraud, you may think that reporting the fraud will be too complicated or will cause unwanted repercussions. Maybe you considered reporting the fraud but decided it was not your problem or your money at risk. This article will identify what tax fraud is, how to report these activities, and who can be liable when it occurs. If you have ever wondered if you should , this article will help you to answer that question.

If you have a different problem relating to tax fraud such as how to report tax fraud, how to report someone to the IRS anonymously, or report a landlord for tax evasion, you can follow the links to those articles. Or check out one of the other ways that DoNotPay can save you time and money.

What Is Tax Fraud?

Tax fraud is deliberately misrepresenting or omitting data on a tax return or on financial reports. Unknowingly misrepresenting or omitting data is not fraud but negligence. Mistakes or accidents are a common cause of errors and this negligence is still subject to fines of up to 20% of any underpayment found. Some examples of tax fraud and tax evasion include:

  • Attempts to avoid payment of an obligation
  • Personal expenses are being claimed as business expenses
  • Failure to report income or to file a return
  • False deductions
  • Misclassification of employees to avoid tax obligations

Why You Should Report Your Boss for Tax Fraud

The IRS has a whistleblower reward program that allows the whistleblower to be compensated for providing evidence of tax fraud or tax evasion. Whistleblowers may receive between 15% and 30% of the total amount recovered by the IRS as a result of the information provided. The IRS protects whistleblower identities, but reports can also be made anonymously, though they will not be rewarded. If tax fraud is discovered by the IRS and employees are found to be compliant, they may face their own tax evasion or aiding and abetting charges.

How to Report Tax Fraud

If you choose to report your boss for tax fraud, these are the steps that you will need to take.

  1. Call the toll-free Report Tax Fraud phone number provided by the IRS at +1-800-366-4484. The hotline is to inform callers about what information is needed to complete the form which can be requested. Form 3949A can also be printed from the IRS website.
  2. Complete Form 3949A filling in all fields as completely and clearly as possible.
  3. Mail the form along with any proof available to:Internal Revenue Service PO Box 3801 Ogden, UT 84409

If you would like to have the information considered for rewards, you will instead request Form 211.

  1. Complete Form 211 as completely and clearly as you can.
  2. Mail the form along with any supporting information to:Internal Revenue Service Whistleblower Office 1973 N Rulon White Blvd. M/S 4110 Ogden, UT 84409

Report Your Boss for Tax Fraud With DoNotPay

DoNotPay provides a fast and easy method of reporting your boss for tax fraud and ensuring the report is received successfully. DoNotPay asks for the relevant information and then generates a report of the tax fraud including the evidence you have provided and sends the form to the IRS as well. Once the investigation has been completed by the IRS, they will contact you regarding any cash reward.

How to Report Tax Fraud Using DoNotPay

If you want to report tax fraud but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered. Create your own cancellation letter in 5 easy steps:

  1. Open the DoNotPay Report Tax Fraud product. Image:
  1. Enter the business you would like to report for tax fraud. Image:
  1. Provide the details of suspicious activity and as much evidence as you can provide. Image:
  1. Confirm your contact information. Image:
  1. DoNotPay will automatically generate the official report and send it on your behalf. The IRS will contact you regarding cash rewards once the case is investigated. Image:

Why Have DoNotPay Report Your Boss for Tax Fraud?

When reporting your boss for tax fraud, the report must be made using the proper form which must be mailed to the IRS. Mailing the form can take a week or more and whistleblowers are not updated on the status of the investigation. If the form is not filled out properly or is lost in the mail, the whistleblower has no way of knowing. DoNotPay allows you to report tax fraud quickly and easily and there is no question of the IRS receiving the report. By following the prompts, tax fraud can be reported in just a few steps. You are asked for the company name, which tax laws are being violated, what evidence you can provide, and your contact information unless the report is anonymous.

It’s fastAll you need to do is type in some information and we do the hard part.
It’s easy​​We answer all the questions and keep you completely anonymous.
It’s successfulWe've helped people all over report cases of tax fraud so you can count on our expertise.

Not Only for Employer Tax Fraud

The DoNotPay Report Tax Fraud product is not just for , you can report any company that is committing tax fraud with the proper evidence. Or check out other helpful articles like:

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

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