In two recent cases, an Anchorage, Alaska, physician specializing in plastic surgery was indicted on three counts of tax evasion and a CPA from Haber City, Utah, was convicted on 18 counts of filing false individual income tax refund claims on behalf of himself and his customers.
The plastic surgeon is accused of attempting to evade more than $600,000.00 in federal income taxes over three years and failing to report the existence of offshore financial accounts and foreign interest income. The plastic surgeon also allegedly drove from Alaska to Central America in possession of Cashier’s Checks worth over $3 million dollars after selling his assets. The plastic surgeon faces a maximum sentence of five years in prison on the tax evasion charges and a maximum of 20 years in prison for the related wire fraud charges.
The CPA in Utah was convicted on 18 counts of filing false individual income tax refund claims on behalf of himself and his customers.
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