At The Ferraro Law Firm, we represent tax whistleblowers with information concerning U.S. tax underpayments of $2 million or more. A tax whistleblower can be a corporate tax manager, investment banker, finance officer, a U.S. citizen, or a citizen of a foreign country…basically any person with information about a tax underpayment. Our tax attorneys have years of experience handling tax controversies and other complex tax matters for some of the world’s largest corporations and wealthiest individuals while practicing at some of the country’s largest and most prominent tax law firms. As a result, they know exactly what a big-ticket tax controversy entails and exactly where to look for the weak spots in a case. If you need assistance in putting together the right information and presenting it in the strongest, clearest possible way to the right people at the IRS, we are here to help.
As our client, we will treat you as an individual with the highest regard for your well-being. We understand the enormous personal and professional risks that tax whistleblowers take in stepping forward to report underpayments including corporate tax fraud, tax avoidance, or accounting misconduct. We appreciate the risks you are taking and we will do everything we possibly can to protect your rights and identity throughout the process.
In addition to providing confidential initial consultations free of charge, our firm accepts cases on a contingent fee basis. This means that you will pay us no attorneys’ fees unless we are able to secure an award for you from the IRS.