If you are aware of tax fraud being committed and are ready to speak up in order to help the IRS catch the perpetrator, JD Katz can help.  Thanks to new federal laws there is incentive to providing information that leads to a conviction (as much as 30% of the amount indicated in the tax fraud case).  And because confidentiality is required, you can levy your charge without having to make your cooperation public.  The process isn’t without complication, however, which is why JD Katz, Attorneys at Law, highly recommend seeking representation from a Maryland Tax Attorney before you move forward.  For a full description of tax whistleblower law, and to learn how it will directly relate to your situation, call JD Katz to set up a one on one consultation with one of our tax law professionals.