Form 3949-A

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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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Vincent Florida, a former minister in the INC Northern Virginia congregation, said he used the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Form 3949A, which involves a longer process for investigating suspected tax fraud, to give the congregations time to correct financial malpractices.
Florida made the statement two weeks ago in response to the sect, which questioned his decision to use IRS Form 3949A instead of the whistle-blower Form 211.
Claims can also be submitted on Form 3949A, Information Referral, if the whistleblower wants to report tax fraud but is not seeking a reward.
Florida told the Inquirer last week that he filed his report in IRS form 3949A for failure to pay taxes.
Florida told the Inquirer he filed his report in IRS form 3949A for failure to pay taxes in August.
American Vincent Florida, a 65-year-old former minister in the INC Northern Virginia congregation, told the Inquirer he filed his report, in IRS form 3949A, for failure to pay taxes in August this year.