Posts from October, 2020

  • Borough Treasurer Charged in Tax Case A former borough treasurer in Pennsylvania was indicted on three counts of tax evasion for 2015, 2016 and 2017, and 12 counts of failure to account for and pay over employment tax. According to court records, Erin Hossler, 50, of Pottsville, Pennsylvania, allegedly took ... Continue Reading
  • Former Ohio GOP Boss Owed and Paid Off IRS Debts Before he paid off the debt, a dark money group wired $400,000 to an account he controlled. Matt Borges was an up-and-comer in Republican politics. He was a former leader of the Ohio Republican Party, and in 2016, he was on candidate to become head of the Republican National ... Continue Reading
  • Employee of Hockey Team Pleads in Tax Case She stole and did not pay taxes on $700,000. The former office manager for Rapid City Professional Hockey in South Dakota pleaded guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion. Between February 2010 and June 2019, Jennifer Durham, 42, stole $700,000.00 from Rapid City Professional ... Continue Reading
  • Owners of Popular Cheesesteak Sandwich Joint Face Tax Charges The Justice Department alleges that the two restaurateurs hid more than $8 million in cash receipts. The owners of a popular cheesesteak sandwich restaurant in Philadelphia were charged with conspiracy to defraud the IRS, tax evasion, and aiding and assisting in the filing ... Continue Reading
  • Woman Sentenced For False Liens Against IRS Agent A Pennsylvania woman was sentenced to one year in prison and ordered to pay a $25,000 fine for filing false liens against an IRS agent. Dorothy Recarde, 68, of Kirkwood, Pennsylvania, pleaded guilty to endeavoring to obstruct or impede the due administration of the IRS. ... Continue Reading