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Former Agent Of Virginia American Contractors Gets 20-Month Prison Sentence For $3M Tax Fraud

Richmond, Virginia – A Glen Allen man was sentenced today to 20 months in prison for a tax fraud conspiracy that caused a loss to the IRS of over $3 million. According to court documents, Edward R. Prestes, 48, was … Continue reading

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Owner Of Connexx Staffing Services Found Guilty Of Employment Tax Fraud

Memphis, Tennessee – A Tennessee temporary staffing company officer was convicted today by a federal jury in Memphis of conspiring to defraud the United States, failing to pay over employment taxes, filing fraudulent employment tax returns, theft of government funds … Continue reading

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Owner Of Santos & Associates Sentenced To 13 Month In Prison For Tax Fraud

Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick announced Tuesday the owner of Santos & Associates in Union City, New Jersey was sentenced to 13 months in prison for preparing fraudulent tax returns for her clients, resulting in nearly a $130,000 loss.

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New Maryland Laws Going Into Effect On July The 1st

With the uncertainty created by the Trump White House, Maryland lawmakers have taken steps to prevent their state from losing Planned Parenthood funding. The new law, which goes into effect on July 1, will help to diminish the impact of … Continue reading

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Regulators Warn Of Identify Theft And Fraud As The 2016 Tax Season Approaches

More and more taxpayers are turning to online filing services, because it offers so much convenience. As the tax season approaches, criminals are also gearing up to find new ways to scam taxpayers. Many scammers rely on malware and phishing … Continue reading

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