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IRS Refuses Money from Disgraced Attorney

December 8th, 2017

A Texas attorney, who is facing up to 20 years in a federal prison, tried to pay the IRS $82,400 towards his back taxes.  However, the IRS refused the money because the IRS believes the attorney stole the money from his law office’s trust account, which holds money that belongs to his clients.

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Lawyer Jailed for 18 Months for Defrauding NFL Players

September 27th, 2017

A former Chicago attorney has been sentenced to 18 months for orchestrating a tax fraud scheme that defrauded millions of taxes from the IRS and financially harmed NFL players.

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Three Kansas Citizens Indicted for Tax Fraud

June 12th, 2017

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Three adult men from Kansas City were charged with twenty-three (23) counts of tax fraud.  According to the charges, the men prepared forty-seven (47) false tax returns in order to obtain tax refunds of $108,621.

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The IRS Indicts an IRS Agent

February 15th, 2017

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Former IRS employee Carla Mitchell, a 48 year old woman from Kansas City, Kansas, was indicted by a federal grand jury for filing false tax returns.  Carla is charged with filing false tax returns for herself and 13 of her friends, for multiple years, claiming fraudulent income tax refunds in the amount of $118,000.

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Going to Prison for Tax Fraud

October 24th, 2016

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An Overland Park, Kansas resident, who owned a trucking company, was assessed tax penalties of $669,037 and was sentenced to 33 months in federal prison.  The Kansas resident was accused of tax evasion for filing a false statement with the IRS and concealed assets from the IRS, including livestock, farm equipment, and his ownership interest in a limousine business.

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