A Pennsylvania woman pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return in connection with her husband’s lawn care business.
Jennifer Falbo falsely reported that gross receipts in 2003 from the operation of Pittsburgh Lawn Care, a business operated by her husband Michael Falbo since the late 1990s, were $138,401 when the gross receipts from the operation of the business were in fact nearly three times more — $314,073. Michael Falbo pleaded guilty to the same offense.
Jennifer Falbo faces up to three years in prison and a fine of $250,000.
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