Thank you for your interest in reporting tax crimes within the State of Tennessee. Tax fraud affects us all by providing an unfair business advantage to tax cheaters.
Common Types of Tax Fraud Violations for Tennessee's Taxes:
Sales and Use Tax
Fraudulent filing, non-filing, or other tax violations committed by persons and/or businesses.
These violations include the illegal sale of unstamped cigarettes, smuggling or hijacking cigarettes, counterfeiting tax stamps, or other attempts to circumvent the state tobacco and MSA tax. This also includes violations of the Unfair Trade Laws in Tennessee.
Motor Fuel Tax
This includes intentional circumvention of state motor fuel tax laws by persons in the trucking industry, motor fuel distributors, retail establishments and individuals.
Individual Income Tax
The individual income tax is imposed only on individuals and other entities receiving interest from bonds and notes and dividends from stock.
The also includes running an unlicensed business; city, county, and Franchise & Excise taxes.