Former Federal Tax Prosecutor Richard G. Stack Joins Wilson Tax Law Group

Tax Litigation, Civil and Criminal Tax Defense


Richard G. Stack is the newest member of Wilson Tax Law Group.


Richard G. Stack is senior trial counsel with Wilson Tax Law Group.  He represents clients in civil and criminal tax cases, including civil audits and appeals, tax collection matters, criminal investigations, administrative hearings and in civil and criminal trials and appeals in federal and state courts.


Prior to joining private practice, Mr. Stack served for approximately 23 years at the government as an Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Tax Division of the US Attorney's Office in Los Angeles, and before that, as an trial attorney for the IRS, Office of Chief Counsel, where he represented the United States in a broad array of matters, such as captive insurance companies, tax shelters, tax evasion, unreported income, partnership tax, trust fund recovery penalty, collection matters, and various penalties such as the civil fraud penalty.


He is the recipient of the Special Achievement for Sustained Superior Performance of Duty Award from the US Department of Justice and the Outstanding Support and Invaluable Assistance Award from the IRS, Criminal Division.


Mr. Stack has litigated over 1000 tax cases in federal courts.  His unique combination of criminal and substantive tax experience allows him to level the playing field for his clients.


Please join us in welcoming Mr. Stack to the Wilson Tax Law Group family.


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1401 Dove Street Suite 630
Newport Beach, CA 92660


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18281 Lemon Drive
Yorba Linda, CA 92886


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949.397.2292 (Newport Beach Office Phone)
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Website: https://wilsontaxlaw.com

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