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He probably doesn't have a case, although the analysis you are starting to develop is probably not the legally correct one. Generally speaking, the way that the IRS would obtain the information in question would be via a subpoena or an audit, rather than a search warrant or a warrantless search outside of a subpoena or audit. Both subpoenas and audits are ...


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Most of this is a request for legal advice, which is off-topic here. If you want advice on what your friend should do, you (or your friend) should hire a lawyer. However, there is one general law question that can be addressed here: Is there another way such as slow deposits that wouldn't show up on a radar? No. Don't do that. That ("the breaking ...


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