A Delaware woman pleaded guilty to failing to pay employment taxes on behalf of a local business. According to court records, Sara Collins, 49, served as the corporate secretary of a plumbing, heating and air conditioning business for over 20 years. Collins was responsible for overseeing payroll disbursement and filing tax documents on behalf of… Read More

A Georgia man was convicted at trial for filing $165 million in fraudulent tax returns. Marquet Antwain Burgess Mattox, 49, was found guilty of nine counts of wire fraud, 10 counts of false claims against the U.S. government, and one count of theft of government funds. The IRS paid approximately $5 million of the requested… Read More

The debt is mostly from the year Rodman took a controversial trip to North Korea. Basketball great Dennis Rodman owes the Internal Revenue Service $500,000 in unpaid federal taxes. According to documents obtained by Radar, the IRS filed a tax lien against Rodman, a retired basketball player who was known for his fierce defensive skills.… Read More

(They Could Land You In Tax Trouble) It can be a stressful experience preparing your taxes and filing them. It can be even more stressful however, if you make these mistakes that land you into tax trouble. It’s important to remember that if you make mistakes that are serious enough, you might end up triggering… Read More

David Turner said the seven-figure tax debt is due to a “mix-up” but wouldn’t elaborate. The mayor of Odessa, Texas, owes the IRS $1.1 million in unpaid payroll taxes, according to records obtained by the Odessa American newspaper. Mayor David Turner said the $1.1 million debt was due to a paperwork error that “has been… Read More

An Illinois man pleaded guilty to federal income tax evasion. Gary T. Petersen, 55, of Crystal Lake, Illinois, was president and sole shareholder of Petersen Sealcoating and Paving. According to court records, Petersen in 2016 deposited checks as payment for services and products into bank accounts Petersen held by his family members that he controlled.… Read More

An Illinois man was sentenced to a year in federal prison for operating an illegal sports bookmaking business and filing false income tax returns. Domenic Poeta, 63, of Highland Park, Illinois, unlawfully operated a business that provided sports betting and wagering services, both domestically and abroad. From 2012 to 2017, Poeta obtained more than $3.7… Read More

He was also ordered to pay IRS more than $500,000. A Florida pain clinic owner was sentenced to 35 months in federal prison and ordered to repay the IRS $359,209, in addition to a $150,000 fine. Tom Wynne, 65, of Pinellas Park, Florida, owned and operated Pain and Wellness Clinic, a pain management clinic in… Read More