Tax Evasion and Tax Fraud in Oklahoma
Tax evasion or tax fraud is the act of willfully avoid paying taxes could be considered tax evasion or tax fraud. Examples include making fraudulent transfers of property, concealing income or attempting to lessen the perceived amount of taxes that are owed.
Under Oklahoma tax law, other prohibited activities include:
- Filing a false report or tax return
- Failing or refusing to file a tax report or return
- Writing a false check to pay taxes
- Failing to produce tax documents when requested
Possible consequences of a tax evasion or tax fraud conviction
There are several penalties for a tax fraud or evasion conviction, including payment of back taxes, imprisonment and heavy fines. In Oklahoma, tax fraud carries a 50 percent penalty on all unpaid taxes. The state is also allowed to garnish your wages or file liens against your property as a way to satisfy any owed taxes
How we can help
Tax evasion and tax fraud are offenses that are aggressively prosecuted in Oklahoma. If you are under investigation for a white-collar crime or if charges have already been filed against you, it is imperative that you seek the counsel of an experienced attorney immediately.
The team at Hunsucker Legal Group has successfully represented defendants all across Oklahoma. As aggressive trial attorneys and tireless advocates for our clients, we work to ensure the best outcome in each case we try. Contact Hunsucker Legal Group right away to schedule a free and confidential review of your case.