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How Does the IRS Whistleblower Program Work?

It is estimated that tax evasion and fraud cost this country over $450 billion each year, and in 2006, Congress created legislation specific to this issue. They passed the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Whistleblower Program under the Tax Relief and Health Care Act, and it provides monetary incentives for people that report those that fail » Read More


What Should I Do If I Witness Illegal Activity at Work?

A job should be a place for people to hone their talents, not witness colleagues making questionable decisions. However, sometimes employees see or stumble across illegal activity perpetrated by their company, a coworker, or even the boss. At that point, they must make a big decision: Should they blow the whistle or not? The law » Read More


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