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DearCustomer- The best thing I can tell you is to get private legal counsel. Obviously this is a tax fraud situation and I agree that you are in trouble. You don't need to compound the trouble by giving any more information at this point.
It may be possible to file an amended return before you are charged with a crime but I can't say for certain that is the case. You also do not have to make any statements that would incriminate you so that is why I stress the importance of having counsel. We cannot represent clients from this website as it is for general information purposes only.
You need to get counsel right away because the longer you wait the more serious the problem becomes. You attorney can then deal with the IRS rather than you. You will probably have to sign an IRS POA in order for your attorney to be able to deal with the IRS.
David Kennett - JD - Attorney at Law