Form 3949-A

Form 3949-A

A form that a law enforcement official may file with the IRS to receive information on someone alleged to have violated tax laws. The form includes information such as the taxpayer's name and contact details, the nature of the offense, and whether or not law enforcement considers the taxpayer dangerous.
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In reporting INC to the US taxman, Florida said he filled out IRS Form 3949-A, which is used for reporting suspected tax fraud, including false exemptions or deductions, kickbacks, false or altered document, failure to pay tax, unreported income and organized crime.
The former minister claimed he deliberately chose Form 3949-A because it would require a longer investigation lead time to give the INC leadership and anyone else who received income from the US congregations time to cooperate with the US government and make the appropriate tax declarations.