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Criminal Tax Fraud Publications, Facts-Figures-Closed Cases


Criminal Investigation (CI) Publications
Brochures that provide overviews of various Criminal Investigation activities.

Criminal Investigation (CI) Facts-Figures-Closed Cases
Fact sheets outlining Criminal Investigation's involvement in investigating tax fraud and financial crimes in different industries and professions.

Archive Criminal Investigation (CI) in Print
IRS CI has prepared articles for publication in technical and trade publications to help educate taxpayers about our enforcement activities.

Webster Review 1999
Review of the Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation Division for Commissioner, IRS by The Honorable William Webster (aka Webster Review, aka Webster Commission.)

Examples of Fraud Investigations for Criminal Investigation (CI)
Criminal Investigation (CI) wants you to know about program and emphasis areas and see Examples of Fraud Investigations written from public record documents where cases were prosecuted.

All About Criminal Investigation (CI)
Criminal Investigation (CI) is The Law Enforcement Arm of the IRS. Start here to find out more how CI serves the American public by investigating potential criminal violations of the Internal Revenue Code and related financial crimes in a manner that fosters confidence in the tax system and compliance with the law.

Tax Fraud Alerts
Seek expert advice before you subscribe to any scheme that offers instant wealth or exemption from your obligation as a United States Citizen to pay taxes. Buying into a tax evasion scheme can be very costly.

How Do You Report Suspected Tax Fraud Activity?
If you have information about an individual or company you suspect is not complying with the tax law, report this activity.


Page Last Reviewed or Updated: September 15, 2008