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Some of the most common actions that the government considers to be tax evasion include:
Filing a false return
Concealing sources of income
Having two sets of accounting books
Holding property in someone else’s name
Generally, tax evasion cases start with an audit. The IRS typically looks for patterns over several years, which indicates a pattern of willful evasion. If you make false statements or try to hide documents during an audit, you may also find yourself facing a tax evasion charge.
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