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Should criminal offenses involving the failure to file income tax returns be disclosed?

Income tax offenses are treated like all other criminal matters. If you pleaded guilty or no contest to, were found guilty of or were convicted of a felony income tax offense, you must answer "yes" to Question A, Disciplinary Information-Criminal Disclosures. If you pleaded guilty to, were found guilty or convicted of a misdemeanor income tax offense described in Question B, Disciplinary Information-Criminal Disclosures, you must answer "yes" to that question. If felony or any of the specified misdemeanor income tax charges are pending against you, you must answer "yes" to Question C, Disciplinary Information-Criminal Disclosures. NFA's Registration Investigations staff is available at (312) 781-1410 or (800) 621-3570 if you've read the Disciplinary Information-Criminal Disclosure questions and are still not sure.

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