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THE CONFIDENCE TO WIN.

3 myths about white collar crimes

If you get arrested for a white-collar crime, you may not know what to expect. White-collar crimes include infractions like mail fraud, wire fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, insurance fraud and other crimes. According to the FBI, violation of trust, concealment...

What are white-collar crimes?

Not all crimes involve physical violence or threats. When a person carries out a financial crime by deceiving, lying or stealing someone’s identity, they commit a white-collar crime. These crimes cause a great financial struggle for many people, and, because of this,...

What happens in an IRS audit?

If the IRS decides it needs more information on you than what they currently have at their disposal, they may decide to audit you. The word alone can seem terrifying, and it is often something taxpayers try to avoid at all costs. However, they are not always as...

How does Florida handle Ponzi schemes?

Under Florida state law, Ponzi schemes and other types of financial fraud are strictly prohibited under gambling laws. Ponzi schemes, also known as pyramid schemes, offer an unrealistic amount of profit or gain in exchange for extremely limited or even absent...

Looking at aggravated white collar crimes

If you are facing white collar crime charges, you need to understand the many ways in which the outcome of your case could affect your future. White collar crime charges take many forms, whether you have found yourself accused of embezzlement, a computer-related...

Some important facts about tax evasion

Tax evasion and tax avoidance may sound similar, but they are not the same. Tax avoidance means using tools available under the law, such as deductions and credits, to reduce the amount of taxes one owes. Tax evasion means seeking to avoid paying the taxes that one...

Understanding the basics of wire fraud

Wire fraud is the intentional use of television, radio or wire (phone, email or internet) means to scam a person out of money or property. It is a federal felony that comes with severe penalties. Individuals accused of this may have questions about the charges against...

Defending yourself from fraud charges

Facing accusations of criminal activity made by another Florida resident is likely something you never anticipated. Your surprise likely extends even furthers should you stand alleged of committing something as seemingly serious as white-collar crime. Such is the...

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