July 11, 2018
Former Virginia Tech CEO Sentenced to Serve Nearly 2 Years for Employment Tax Crimes

Former Virginia Tech CEO Sentenced to Serve Nearly 2 Years for Employment Tax Crimes

According to a Department of Justice press release, Robert Lewis of Virginia was sentenced to serve 21 months in a federal prison for crimes related to […]
June 20, 2018
Company Owner Steals Investment Funds, Found Guilty of Tax Evasion

Company Owner Steals Investment Funds, Found Guilty of Tax Evasion

According to a Department of Justice press release, Michael Sang Han, 47, formerly of Palm Beach, Florida, was found guilty on two counts of tax evasion. […]
April 10, 2018
Alabama Employee Steals Half of a Million Dollars from Employer, Indicted on Tax and Wire Fraud Charges

Alabama Employee Steals Half of a Million Dollars from Employer, Indicted on Tax and Wire Fraud Charges

According to a Department of Justice press release, Alita Baker Edeker, of Valley, Alabama, allegedly engaged in the theft of over a half of a million […]
February 20, 2018
Pennsylvania Florists Convicted of Employment Tax Crimes

Pennsylvania Florists Convicted of Employment Tax Crimes

The owners of a Pennsylvania flower business found themselves on the wrong end of a jury trial in federal court last week. According to a Department […]
December 19, 2017
Foreign Account Holders May Be Required to File an FBAR, Form 5471

Foreign Account Holders May Be Required to File an FBAR, Form 5471

Earlier this year, former Trump aide Paul Manafort was indicted with co-defendant Rick Gates on 12 counts of assorted offenses, most of which involve alleged willful […]
December 5, 2017
2016 Statistics on Tax Crime Convictions and Prison Sentencing

2016 Statistics on Tax Crime Convictions and Prison Sentencing

Certain crimes have higher rates of arrest, prosecution, and conviction than others. For instance, a quick glance at crime statistics published by the Los Angeles Police […]