Failure to File Tax Returns
Failure to file tax returns or failure to accurately report your income can bring close scrutiny from the IRS and state taxing authorities. These government agencies have many resources at their disposal and investigations can quickly escalate into criminal charges.
Defending Against Criminal Charges for Failure to Report Income or Underreported Income
If the government alleges that you failed to file a tax return or filed a fraudulent return, it is critical to work with experienced legal counsel at the earliest opportunity. At Terrence A. Grady & Associates Co., L.P.A., we defend numerous individuals against a range of criminal tax charges, including failure to file.
Backed by more than 30 years of legal practice, and experience as a criminal tax prosecutor for the Department of Justice, Mr. Grady understands how the prosecution thinks. He also knows how to quickly assess individual circumstances and help his clients find the best possible solution for their specific matter.
There are many reasons why individuals fail to file tax returns or underreport their income. For some the return was too confusing to complete. Others did not have the money to pay back taxes. Many underreport income due to an honest error, misclassification or a mistake by their accountant. Regardless of your unique circumstances, there can be many viable defenses for unfiled tax returns. Our lawyers will help you explore all possible options and advise on the best route to resolution.
Trusted Results for Criminal Tax Matters
Because our lawyers only focus on tax law and federal white collar crimes, we are extremely well-positioned to address your charges of failing to file. Attorney Grady is known for his ability to resolve even the most difficult of criminal matters and is continually recognized by his peers and the legal profession for the results he obtains. He holds an A V Preeminent* rating from Martindale-Hubbell, has been named as one of the Best Lawyers in America and was selected for inclusion to the list of Super Lawyers from its inception in 2005 to 2014. Additionally, attorney Kate Dodson has also been recognized as a superior young lawyer and has been named to the Ohio Rising Star list for many years.
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