Tax evasion, non-compliance of laws, non-payment of taxes and misrepresenting facts or documents are parts of tax fraud. ICFECI provides detailed investigative services for effective representation of a case of tax fraud in a court of law.
What we do
- Our Certified Fraud Examiner, with the help of investigators and experts in computer forensics, take on the task of examining cases relating to manipulation of income statements, failures to file tax returns or make payments, inadequacy of records, and misappropriation of documents, inconsistent payments and misrepresentation of assets.
- Our experts conduct discreet inquiries within organizations and examine key people connected with the case.
- Conducting background surveillance discreetly is part of our service.
- Our investigation reveals whether it is a case of avoidance or evasion and whether it was intentional or unintentional.
- We examine computer data and data on mobile devices to link with paper documentation and derive insightful information compiled into a report that is easy to understand and is admissible in court as evidence for your defense. Mainly, we handle cases on behalf of people who are accused and become defendants in tax fraud litigations and face an uphill battle sorting out facts and resolving issues.
Establishing whether the incident was a case of avoidance or evasion and whether it was intentional or unintentional is challenging. Equally challenging is pursing paper and electronic trail and drawing the right conclusions after detailed analysis. We do it with finesse you will not find in other agencies.
What makes us Unique?
- The leadership of Dan James, a former Certified Fraud Examiner and Forensic Examiner for the Office of the Federal Public Defender, Northern District of Texas.
- Hand-picked defense team of dedicated specialists in investigation and computer forensics.
- Commitment to our clients that goes beyond the call of duty.
Should you find yourself in a situation where you are accused of tax fraud, get in touch with us. Our main raison-d’etre is to help provide the vital evidence that will help defendants represent them adequately.