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Defending white collar crimes requires a comprehensive plan

White collar crimes are difficult to defend against due to the sheer depth of the paper trail that is present in many of these cases. The men and women who are facing them need to pay close attention to the case against them so that they can formulate a comprehensive plan to fight against the charges. That's where we come in. We are here to help you learn your options for battling against charges for fraud, embezzlement and other white collar criminal charges.

Money laundering must be taken very seriously

Most people say that the only sure things in life are paying taxes and dying. There is one more that some people can add to the list of things that they will have to do if they want to live -- make money. You need to earn a living, but some people aren't doing this in a fully legal manner. These individuals might need to make it appear as though their money was legally obtained. Money laundering is the way that they might do this.

Now is the time to prepare for the upcoming tax season

Tax season is just around the corner, which means that companies and individuals will have to file a return to determine whether they will get an income tax refund or have to pay in. Hardly anyone can say that they look forward to having to pay in when tax returns are filed; however, failing to file a return just because you don't want to pay can land you in serious trouble.

Understand the difference between income tax fraud and negligence

Income tax fraud is a very serious charge to face. There are many different points that you have to consider if you are facing this charge. An income tax fraud charge is based on an intentional action, not just a misunderstanding or an unintentional error.

Citizen oversight provides accountability, but might be gone

One of the primary focuses of a person who is facing time in prison for crimes like forgery, fraud or anything else is determining how he or she is going to survive prisons. Let's face it -- prisons in this country are horrible for the most part. Instead of focusing on rehabilitation, they simply lock people away with others who have been convicted of crimes and those who are facing charges.

What evidence is required to prove embezzlement?

Embezzlement is a legal term used to describe employee theft. In other words, it's the illegal act on the part of an employee who misappropriates money that was entrusted to his or her care by another person. Embezzlement is usually carried out by an employee, but it could also be committed by anyone entrusted with the care of money on behalf of another person.

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