Tax Fraud

DEFINITION of Tax Fraud

Tax fraud occurs when an individual or business entity willfully and intentionally falsifies information on a tax return in order to limit the amount of tax liability. Tax fraud essentially entails cheating on a tax return in an attempt to avoid paying the entire tax obligation. Examples of tax fraud include claiming false deductions; claiming personal expenses as business expenses; using a false Social Security number; and not reporting income.

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Owners of Greensboro Temporary Staffing Firms Indicted for Employment Tax Fraud

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Owner of New Jersey Tax Return Preparation Business Sentenced to Prison for Tax Fraud

Owner of New York City Temporary Staffing Firms Indicted for Employment Tax Fraud

Couple Operating Alabama Construction Company Sentenced to Prison for Payroll Tax Fraud

Former Kansas City Business Owner Sentenced to Prison for Tax Crime

Former IRS Employee Sentenced to Prison for Tax Evasion

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