IRS Unmasks Anonymous Tax Filer

Kristi Finney pleaded guilty to tax fraud for filing false tax returns. From 2013 to 2018 Finney offered tax services from her home and charged a rate of $200 per return. She falsified employment, income and expense information on the…

October 17, 2021

Not Such A Minor Offense

New Yorker Mark Wolanyk pleaded guilty to tax evasion for a scheme that included his minor son. Wolanyk opened a bank account in his son’s name in 2010, and listed himself as the custodian of the account. During the next…

October 15, 2021

Ruby’s in the Red

Illinois resident Ruby Toosevich pleaded guilty to bank fraud for defrauding the medical practice where she worked by using the company’s bank account to pay her personal expenses. Toosevich created fake invoices disguised as legitimate business expenses in order to…

October 13, 2021

What the Puck Was She Thinking?

Jennifer Durham, an employee of the Rapid City Rush, a professional hockey team in South Dakota, pleaded guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion for embezzling $700,000.00 from the organization. While employed as the team’s office manager between 2010 and…

October 10, 2021

President of United Auto Workers Union Driven to Crime

Gary Jones, the former president of the international United Auto Workers union pleaded guilty to conspiring to embezzle one million dollars of UAW dues money, to racketeering and to evading taxes. Jones admitted to conspiring with at least six other…

October 07, 2021

The Wrong Way to Do Laundry

Armen Martirosyan pled guilty to federal fraud for opening more than a dozen bank accounts. He knew that these accounts would be used to launder tax refunds obtained from false tax returns using stolen identities. He opened the first account…

October 05, 2021

What Are the Odds? This Family Gambled And Lost, and Dad Went to Prison

Larry Tillery of Beaumont, Texas was sentenced to 33 months in prison for tax evasion and for running a business that accepted illegal wagers on sporting events from 1985 to 2017. Tillery owned Daylight Motors, a used car dealership, and…

September 30, 2021

Does the IRS Disagree with Your Income Figures? 7 Critical Steps to Take Next

It is one of the scariest things, the dreaded notice from the IRS stating you owe them more money you can’t pay. When you open up the mailbox and see the return address of the tax agency staring back at…

September 25, 2021

Which Tax Records to Keep and For How Long. Do This And Avoid Tax Problems Later.

Whether you are expecting a nice tax refund or preparing to write a big scary check, you know that April 15th is the annual tax filing deadline. What you may not know, however, is that tax day is every day…

September 22, 2021

Key Things to Look for in a Tax Relief Firm

No one wants to be on the bad side of the IRS, yet that is where millions of taxpayers find themselves each and every year. And as tempting as it is to try to go it alone, it’s difficult! The…

August 27, 2021

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