Do You Need an IRS Whistleblower Lawyer?
Are you a whistleblower who has uncovered tax fraud?
- Have you been punished — or fired — for refusing to agree to illegal accounting?
- Are you standing up for justice, but wondering whether there is any reward?
The Internal Revenue Service's whistleblower program pays rewards to employees and others who expose large-scale tax fraud — and a variety of other laws, including the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, may offer protection against any retaliation by the employer. For a whistleblower to qualify for an award, the amount in dispute must exceed $2 million. Depending on the circumstances, employers may be forced to compensate whistleblowers for any harm they suffered.