Posts Tagged ‘mail fraud’

Clergy Couple Guilty of Tax Evasion – Can’t Be “Saved” from the IRS

Friday, June 11th, 2010

No one can be “saved” from the IRS!  Tax fraud is serious business and often begins with a simple IRS tax audit.  You may not know this but over 50% of the tax offender referrals that the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) gets is from the IRS Revenue Agent that audits individual tax payers like you!  If you are being audited, hire a tax professional to represent you!  Tax Resolution Services
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Tax Resolution Services Solves Tax Problems such as Back Taxes, No Help for Man Facing 20 Years in Prison for Tax Evasion, Selling Stolen Software

Saturday, January 23rd, 2010

On this tax blog I have written about  tax scams and tax evasion many times.  Besides Bernie Madoff and his Ponzi scheme, I have never written about a story as ridiculous as this one.  First of all, selling stolen software is dumb.  Even dumber when you steal it directly from Dell, one the biggest computer corporations, and then commit tax evasion to hide your earnings from this stolen property.  This man
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Innocent Spouse Tax Relief May Help Wife of Louisiana Mayor Guilty of Tax Evasion, Corruption

Thursday, November 12th, 2009

We all know that accepting bribes is not acceptable.  Call it what you may, “gifts and gratuities”, but we all know that a person with a governing position, like a mayor, who accepts gifts and gratuities is basically accepting a bribe.  When the bribe happens to be cash, or something of great cash value, it is still taxable.  But because it is a bribe, the mayor decides to evade taxes
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IRS Charges Fraudulent Claim of Tax Credit – Bogus Engineer Faces Up To Five Years in Prison

Sunday, August 16th, 2009

Robert Henry Anderson, 59, of Bloomington, Ill., pleaded guilty to conspiracy to defraud the United States and to commit mail fraud.
According to the plea agreement, Anderson conspired with others to defraud the IRS through a fraudulent tax-credit scheme. The Internal Revenue Code permits producers of certain fuels from non-conventional sources to claim a tax credit if the fuels are sold to unrelated third parties. From 2003 through 2006, Anderson and
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Businessman Faces Embezzlement, Tax Evasion Charges

Wednesday, May 21st, 2008

A California businessman was charged with four counts of tax evasion for the years 2001 to 2004 and for embezzlement of employee pension plan accounts.
According to prosecutors, Patrick Neal Young, 40, was the former operating officer of Plyco Foundation Vents, of Waterford, Calif. From 2000 to 2004, he allegedly embezzled about $710,389 from Plyco for his own use. He used the embezzled Plyco funds to purchase a home in Oakdale,
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ALA. WOMAN GUILTY OF FRAUD, FALSE RETURN

Monday, March 17th, 2008

Beverly Byers, 46, of Leeds, Ala., has pleaded guilty to mail fraud and filing false income tax returns. According to the plea agreement, Byers was an office manager/bookkeeper employed by Plateau Construction Company, also located in Leeds, from the early 1990s until April 2005. Beginning in 2002 and continuing until 2004, Byers used her position in the company to embezzle funds from a checking account totaling $90,576.27.
Byers filed with the
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CEO Guilty of Hiding $1.1m

Sunday, July 1st, 2007

The chief executive of a California startup company pleaded guilty to tax evasion after not reporting more than $1.1 million in income.John Frances Griffin, 44, of Orinda, Calif., was charged with 15 counts of mail fraud, two counts of tax evasion and one count of wire fraud in connection with a scheme in which he allegedly lied to investors and employees about making significant loans to the company he was
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Vegas Man Gets 46 Months for Tax Charges

Saturday, January 6th, 2007

A Las Vegas man has been has been sentenced to 46 months in prison for mail fraud, money laundering and tax evasion.
On June 1, 2006, Frank Kolk, 50, pleaded guilty to the charges. In addition to his incarceration, Kolk was ordered to pay $2.5 million in restitution and satisfy his $1.3 million IRS debt.
The charges stem from Kolk’s scheme to defraud
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CEO Indicted on Tax Evasion Charges

Wednesday, January 3rd, 2007

A federal grand jury indicted John Frances Griffin, of Orinda, Calif., with mail fraud and tax evasion, in a scheme in which he lied to investors and employees about making significant loans to the company he was running.
According to the indictment, Griffin, 43, was the CEO of VaporTech, Inc., a startup company in Livermore, Calif., involved in the research and
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