Archives for: May 3rd, 2019

Tax fraud occurs when an individual or business entity willfully attempts to evade or defeat paying taxes, and most cases have to do with either the assessment or the payment of taxes owed.

While nearly 17% of taxpayers don’t fully comply with the tax code and generally face minimal to no consequences, when the IRS gets a whiff of things truly gone awry, a knowledgeable North Carolina tax fraud attorney can be necessary to fight back against the serious charges of tax fraud and evasion.

In this post, from investigation to conviction, we [...]

Spending goes up around the holiday season, including credit card transactions. Unfortunately, some criminals use this opportunity to fraudulently collect others’ credit card information, which is commonly referred to as skimming.

A rash of credit card fraud was recently discovered in Union County, including several reports of suspicious, unauthorized bank transactions.

Police report that the card information was likely obtained through the use of skimmers. These devices are illicitly installed on credit card readers, and then used to collect credit card information.

As of this writing, this investigation is ongoing, and police are [...]