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Tax evasion and money laundering put father-daughter team in jail

It probably comes as no surprise to those in Texas and elsewhere that the federal government prosecutes alleged tax crimes with a heavy hand. After all, the government relies upon tax revenue to fund its operations. That means that a conviction of tax crimes can potentially lead to hefty fines and a lengthy prison sentence.

Delaware woman convicted of tax fraud

Being convicted of criminal tax violations is no joke. These types of convictions can lead to serious jail time as well as heavy fines. Such was the case when a federal jury in Texas convicted a Delaware woman of cheating the government out of more than $3 million over a three-year period in an elaborate tax fraud scheme that involved submitting false documents for payments.

Woman pleads guilty to federal tax evasion, sentencing to follow

A Texas woman is free on bond prior to sentencing after pleading guilty to federal tax charges. The charges of tax evasion carry a maximum sentence of $750,000 in fines and 15 years in prison. The woman owes the Internal Revenue Service $239,300.

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