Tag Archives: tax fraud

IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – T. Sissom and M. Huynh

December 31, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Troy L. Sissom Troy L. Sissom a project manager for FA Wilhelm Construction Co., whose job was to oversee construction projects stole more than $2.7m from the company by creating false invoices for project materials and sending the funds to a post office box for a company (LTEE Source) he owned and depositing them into […]

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IRS Criminal Tax Cases 2016 – S. Young and P. Driscoll

December 27, 2016  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion   |   0 Comments

Steven H. Young Florida taxpayer Steven H. Young (St.Petersburg, FL) was sentenced 11/16 to 21 months in jail for tax evasion and ordered to pay $500k in restitution to the IRS for tax evasion (2007-2011). Young falsified expense records for his business to negate his income taxes for 2007-2011 (including taking marital tax credits when […]

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Man Convicted Of Tax Fraud For Disguising Luxuries – $96,000 Massage?

July 21, 2015  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion,Unreported Income   |   0 Comments

Man Convicted Of Tax Fraud For Disguising Luxuries — $96,000 Massage? by Robert W. Wood, Forbes.com Albert S.N. Hee, 61, of Kailua, Hawaii, was convicted on all counts following an 11 day tax fraud trial. The jury found that he filed false income tax returns for 2007 through 2012, and that he obstructed the IRS […]

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Criminal Tax Evasion: Burden of Proof

October 30, 2014  |   Posted by :   |   Tax Evasion,Unreported Income   |   0 Comments

The U.S. taxpayer’s exposure to civil penalty/criminal prosecution for unreported income and undisclosed foreign financial accounts is a “double-edged” sword with dual civil/criminal: Evidentiary Standards of Proof, Statute of Limitations, and Collateral Estoppel Issues. If the IRS first institutes a civil tax audit, they may summons evidence, which may support both a civil penalty (e.g. […]

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