A New Twist on Paying Taxes: Liberty Law Professor Joel Hesch Shows You How to Collect Millions from the IRS for Turning in a Tax Cheat
Contact: Joel Hesch, Liberty University School of Law, 434-592-4251, JHesch@Liberty.edu
LYNCHBURG, VA, April 9 /Christian Newswire/ -- Joel Hesch, a leading expert on tax fraud, just released today the first and only book outlining the new IRS Whistleblower Tax Reward Program.
"At a time when most Americans are struggling financially, 10% of companies and individuals are adding to that burden by skipping out on their share of taxes, which are needed to fund important programs. It's not fair, and it affects us all. That's why I wrote this book," says Joel Hesch, author of the definitive insider's book, Reward: Collecting Millions for Reporting Tax Evasion.
Hesch, an expert on fraud and government reward programs, spent 15 years with the Department of Justice Fraud Division helping oversee the payout of $2 billion in rewards. Hesch adds, "I want whistleblowers to get their fair share of IRS rewards. This book shows you how to make things right and get a reward in the process. If you strictly follow the guidelines and procedures, a large reward is likely. Why settle for little or nothing? It's just like following a recipe. My book has the recipe."
Paying taxes is no joke. But did you know that every year you pay an extra $1,000 just to cover the amount others are cheating? That adds up to a "tax gap" of $350 billion a year.
The IRS is taking a new approach. Congress mandated that the IRS start paying whistleblowers rewards of at least 15% and as high as 30% of what it recovers based on their information. There is no limit to the amount, meaning you could literally receive $100 million if you have the right information.
The IRS can pay billions in rewards to anyone reporting tax evaders. It's not necessary to show they intended to cheat. A reward is paid simply if they owe taxes.
"Why not get paid from the IRS instead of paying taxes for deadbeats?" declares Mr. Hesch.
Reward walks you step-by-step through the entire process so your reward application is not rejected simply because you did not know how to properly navigate the system. It contains numerous examples, checklists and evaluation techniques.
The book, ISBN 978-0-9819357-2-0 published by LU Books, is available at Amazon.com or through your favorite bookstore.
The author's website, www.HowToReportFraud.com, offers free information for reporting tax evasion and all kinds of other fraud, ranging from Medicare fraud, identity theft, Internet scams, stock market fraud, and mail fraud.
Hesch teaches at Liberty University School of Law, and has a private practice representing whistleblowers.
For interviews, review copies or more information, contact Joel Hesch at 434-592-4251 or JHesch@Liberty.edu.