Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Running Out of Gas

There is one primary thing that fuels fraud – greed. The former head of operations for a small Aleppo, Pennsylvania oil-and-gas company had plenty of greed to throw on the proverbial fire – enough to keep it burning for about four years while he...

Singing the Jail House Blues

The Chicago blues style of music originated in the 1950s and made its way across the United States and over the pond to the United Kingdom and beyond in the 1960s. The music, which is characterized by lyrics that express injustice, desire for a...

Stranded by Fraud

Truck drivers have a tough job. They work long hours hauling their loads across country through all kinds of driving conditions. They also spend weeks on the road living in a space the size of a walk-in closet. (That does not sound like much...

Family Enterprise

According to Entrepreneur Magazine, family businesses experience success when there is unity among family members, a mission that goes beyond financial gain, a vision, and a plan for the next generation. A woman from Grand Rapids, Michigan was the matriarch of a family tax...

Paranoia

Just the mention of “Internal Revenue Service (IRS)” or “taxes” in general is enough to cause paranoia in some individuals. Then, consider the fake robocalls that often trick consumers into paying money to the agency via credit card or wire transfer. (Just so you know, the...

Sole Responsibility

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues an annual list called the ''Dirty Dozen,'' which details the top 12 tax scams that taxpayers need to know about. The agency's goal is to educate and prevent honest taxpayers from falling victim to any of these illegal...

Pool Party

In the middle of the dog days of summer, who wouldn't want to lounge around a private swimming pool with a cool drink in hand and a good book? As reported in an article posted on WCHStv.com, it appears a West Virginia businessman...

Reaping All the Benefits

The owner of a landmark Lake Norman restaurant was sentenced to eight months in prison followed by eight months of confinement in his Mooresville home for attempted tax evasion. Peter Gjuraj, 49, owner of the Blue Parrot Grill on N.C. 150 West in Mooresville, admitted to hiding about $2.8 million in income and filing false returns.

Covering Assets

In today’s “Fraud of the Day,” a Las Vegas, Nevada man tried to guard against the legal ramifications of hiding more than $3 million dollars in assets from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Read on to find out how his tax fraud scheme and his hidden...

Scars of Poverty

The scars of childhood poverty can have a profound impact on a person as they age. Even though financial security may be achieved later in life, the effects of poverty experienced early in life are often long-lasting. This may have been the case for...
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