A chiropractor was recently convicted of federal tax fraud after failing to report accurate earnings from his practice for the years from 2005 to 2013. For nearly 20 years, the individual provided chiropractic services to clients and received payments primarily from health insurance companies and law firms. The individual filed false federal income tax returns from… Read More
Georgia Woman Sentenced to Federal Prison for Tax Return Fraud
In April of 2017, a Macon woman was sentenced to one year and one day in federal prison for a $60,000 tax fraud scheme, according to The Telegraph. The woman wept as she told a U.S. district judge that she fell into the wrong crowd and that was the reason for the crime. She opened… Read More
What Constitutes Fraud In the Eyes of the Law?
In criminal law, both at the state and federal levels, there are many possible crimes that can be considered fraud—wire fraud, mail fraud, tax fraud and healthcare fraud, for example. But what constitutes fraud in the eyes of the law? How do prosecutors decide when fraud has actually been committed, and how do they go… Read More