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May 2019 Archives

Penalties associated with lying on your taxes

When you file your taxes in Arkansas, you may, like many others across the state, find the process confusing and complicated. Unfortunately, tax laws change all the time, and not keeping up with new changes has the potential to come back to bite you. So, too, can “guessing” or omitting certain information when filing your tax return. Attorney John Wesley Hall understands that often, state residents make errors on their tax returns not out of malice, but because they lack information, but he also recognizes that the penalties associated with lying on your taxes remain the same, regardless.

An overview of federal wire fraud charges

First coined in 1939, the term white collar crime is now used to describe a wide range of fraudulent or otherwise financially motivated and non-violent offenses. This includes wire fraud. While the state of Arkansas does not have a specific law prohibiting this type of scheme, it is considered a crime under federal law.

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