Direct Tax Relief Resolves IRS Tax Debt Problems

by Harry Galstian

May 17, 2013

Tax Debt Evasion Case Convictions from the Department Of Justice and IRS Federal prosecutors say a Northern California man who belongs to a group that believes tax laws are unconstitutional has been convicted of committing nearly $1 million in income tax fraud.

The U.S. Attorney’s office said Thursday that Randy Barker of Chico falsely claimed more than $1.4 million in income for 2008 and that the same amount had been withheld in taxes, leading to a refund of nearly $1 million. Court documents also say Barker is a member of the “Tax Challenger,” a group that doesn’t believe in tax laws. Barker could get 10 years in prison when he’s sentenced on May 1 (Case #: 2:12-cr-266-WBS).

Another case involves Ian Christopherson, an attorney from Las Vegas, Nevada.  He was sentenced to 33 months in prison and fined $728,786 in restitution by the Department Of Justice and IRS. Christopherson was convicted of two counts of income tax evasion for his federal individual income taxes and for federal employment taxes (Case No. 2:09-cr-00056-MMD-RJJ).

Since 2008, Direct Tax Relief has helped more than a thousand taxpayers resolve their IRS tax debt problems.  Their resolution success rate is 99%, meaning their client’s cases are nearly always satisfactorily resolved.  Tax attorney John Holland from Direct Tax Relief has directly negotiated with the IRS and has helped taxpayers with up to 10 years of unfiled tax returns. Direct Tax Relief consists of experienced Certified Tax Attorneys and IRS Enrolled Agents, who have successfully settled their clients’ back taxes at an average of 12 cents on the dollar.

If you have unfiled tax returns or owe the IRS or state over $10,000 in back taxes, contact Direct Tax Relief and learn about IRS tax relief programs. We are an IRS tax resolution company that offers free tax consultations and has tax attorneys and enrolled agents that can handle your case from beginning to end.