Wednesday, September 4, 2019

Married Couple Sentenced and Sent to Slammer (Failure to Pay Income Tax is Serious)


A not-so-happy husband and wife were sentenced to 36 and 12 months respectively for violating federal tax laws (not paying income taxes). The lamentable lovebirds were also ordered to pay restitution in the amounts of $1,969,463 and $1,937,267 respectively, which represents unpaid IRS taxes and every penalty the IRS could apply. After that, criminal fines of $250,000 and $100,000 were imposed on the disillusioned duo respectively. And after they were beaten down, broken and bankrupted, both battered defendants wearily agreed to the imposition of a fraud assessment (an additional $3 million dollars). The crestfallen couple has already paid more than $4 million in back taxes and interest (and that still isn’t enough for the IRS). 

If you are "playing fast and loose with the rules" call David Selig directly. Selig will get you into legal compliance and do everything possible to help you solve your tax problem.
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