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Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Hesch: Guide to the IRS Whistleblower Reward Program

Hesch Joel Hesch (Liberty) has published a new book, Reward: Collecting Millions for Reporting Tax Evasion (Your Complete Guide to the IRS Whistleblower Reward Program) (Liberty University Press, 2009).  From the publisher's description:

Are you aware...

  • $350 billion in taxes go unpaid each year.
  • The IRS pays 15-30% to report tax evasion.
  • Multi-million dollar rewards are waiting.

The new IRS Whistleblower Reward Program pays you up to 30% of the unpaid taxes it collects. That means if a company or individual you know about underpaid their taxes, you could receive huge rewards for reporting them. If you have the right kind of a case, you will receive millions of dollars. Chances are you or someone you know is eligible!

 But the process is far more than calling a hotline or simply filling out a form. You must scrupulously follow each technical requirement and informal procedure. That's where this book fi ts in. It is the first complete guide to the IRS Reward Program. From numerous stories and examples to checklists and evaluation techniques, Reward helps you understand the benefits and avoid pitfalls.

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