How to report fraud under the IRS Whistleblower Program
Any individual who discovers tax fraud may file a case with the IRS. Whistleblowers do not have to be citizens and do not have to be employees of the company they are reporting. Cases must be submitted as early as possible due to the statute of limitations, which can be as short as three years. If you or someone you know possess valuable information on a company or individual cheating on their taxes, you should contact a whistleblower attorney immediately.
Submissions must be accompanied by evidence including financial data, a description of the company’s assets, copies of books and records, transaction documents, the location of bank accounts, or even the personal addresses and employment history of the persons involved in the alleged scheme.