Now that the Internal Revenue Service has opened an office soliciting tips about large tax underpayments, some law firms in South Florida have found a new practice area in representing informants who tattle on people who fail to pay their full share of taxes.

Among the local firms getting involved in the practice area are the Ferraro Law Firm, Nolan & Auerbach, and LaBovick & LaBovick.

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