Recently we were contacted by lawyers for NOVA Benefit Plans. Their lawyers have asked that we remove our NOVA posts while they challenge various information requests and the search of their headquarters by IRS special agents. As of this moring, our posts have been taken offline while NOVA and government prosecutors sort matters out.
As we have always stated, NOVA maintains that their plans are legal. Court challenges regarding the validity of the plans and the search of NOVA’s headquarters are far from complete. The court challenges could last for months or years. As of this writing, NOVA has not been charged with any criminal wrongdoing.
If you wish more information on benefit plans or if you receive an audit notice from the IRS, consult a tax attorney.
Those wishing to view the NOVA search warrant affidavit should contact the Clerk of Court for the United States District Court of Connecticut. The cost is $2.40 if purchased online.
As always, our fraud recovery and tax attorneys continue to review welfare benefit plans from any issuer, including NOVA, Benistar and their affiliates. We will gladly assist in defending you if you are selected for an IRS audit, protect your liberty if you are selected for a criminal investigation and pursue promoters and sellers of plans that the IRS disallows.
For more information, contact Brian Mahany through the website, www.mahanyertl.com or directly at (414) 704-6731.