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HORNE Celebrates 50 Years with $50,000 Charity Award

HORNE, who opened its doors in 1962, just celebrated its 50th anniversary. As part of the celebration, the firm announced the winner of its "$50,000 for 50 Years" contest.
Tax

Multimillion-Dollar Stolen Identity Refund Scheme

Three defendants who had pleaded guilty to various charges, including conspiracy to file false claims, theft of public funds, and aggravated identity theft, were sentenced to prison September 19.
Practice

The Payroll Pull

Managing a payroll company isn't for the faint of heart. No matter what's happening at any given moment, people expect to get paid - even after a being struck by a natural disaster.
Tax

Six Indicted in $1.2 Million Conspiracy

A federal grand jury in Montgomery, Alabama, returned a superseding indictment charging six Alabama women with conspiring to file false tax returns using stolen identities.
Tax

Tax Refund Fraud to the Tune of $2.8 Million

Larreka Jackson, an Alabama tax preparer, was indicted on twenty-five counts for conspiring to file false tax returns using stolen identities, filing false claims, wire fraud, and aggravated identity theft.
Tax

Identity Theft Fraudster Jailed for 81 Months

Yumeitrius Manuel was sentenced to eighty-one months in federal prison for filing false tax returns using stolen identities. The court also ordered Manuel to pay $52,242 in restitution to the IRS.
Tax

Self-Proclaimed 'Governor' Gets 10 Years in Prison

Monty and Patricia Ervin were sentenced to federal prison for tax evasion and for conspiring to defraud the United States.
Tax

Ohio Insurance Salesman Found Guilty of Tax Charges

On May 21, a jury convicted William A. Herder of Ohio on federal tax charges, the Justice Department and IRS announced. Herder was charged with corruptly endeavoring to impair and impede the due administration of IRS laws, tax evasion, and five counts of failure to file tax returns. He was convicted of all counts.
Tax

Nine Alabama Family Members Indicted for Identity Theft and Tax Fraud

Barbara Murry, Douglas Murry, Douglas Murry III, Yolanda Moses, Lee Moses, Veronica Temple, Jeffrey Temple, Almetta Johnson, and Courtney Johnson were charged in an indictment by a federal grand jury in the Middle District of Alabama on a variety of counts stemming from an identity theft and tax fraud scheme.
Tax

Tax Return Preparer Headed to Jail for Close to Eight Years

Margaret Kirksey, a resident of Montgomery, Alabama, was sentenced May 8 in the Middle District of Alabama to eighty-one months in federal prison for filing false tax returns using stolen identities, the Justice Department and the IRS announced.
Community News

Company Announcements: Week of May 14, 2012

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of May 14, 2012.
Tax

Leaders of Multimillion Dollar Fraud Ring Get 25 Years in Prison

Veronica Dale and Alchico Grant, who jointly ran a stolen identity refund fraud ring that attempted to defraud the United States of millions of dollars over several years, were sentenced to federal prison May 8, 2012, the Justice Department and the IRS announced.
Tax

Florida Tax Preparer Pled Guilty to Wire Fraud and Identity Theft

Ernst Pierre, a Port St. Lucie, Florida, tax preparer, pleaded guilty on April 24, 2012, to wire fraud and aggravated identity theft, the Justice Department and IRS announced. Pierre was charged with a scheme to file false federal income tax returns using stolen identity information.
Practice

Job Outlook for Bachelor's Degree Students Looks Bleak

A weak labor market has left half of college students (age twenty-five or younger) who graduated with a bachelor's degree either jobless or "underemployed" ? a troubling statistic.
Tax

Woman Used Stolen Identities and Debit Cards to Obtain Tax Refunds

On April 17, 2012, the Justice Department, US Attorney George L. Beck Jr., and the IRS announced that federal grand jury in Montgomery returned an indictment on March 28, 2012, charging Antoinette Djonret for using stolen identities to file false tax returns.
Tax

NH and MA Residents Convicted for Promoting/Using Tax Defier Schemes

A federal jury in Worcester, MA, convicted William Scott Dion and Catherine Floyd, both of Sanbornville, NH, and Charles Adams of Norwood, MA, for conspiracies to defraud the United States through the promotion and use of multiple tax fraud schemes, the Justice Department and the IRS announced on April 2.
Tax

Woman Indicted for Using Stolen Identities to File False Tax Returns

A federal grand jury in Montgomery, Alabama, returned an indictment charging Jacqueline Slaton for using stolen identities to file false tax returns, the Justice Department, US Attorney George L. Beck Jr., and the IRS announced on April 5.
Tax

Alabama Woman Indicted for Tax Fraud

A federal grand jury in Montgomery, Alabama, returned an indictment on March 28, 2012, charging Wanda Davis with filing false federal income tax returns, the Justice Department and the IRS announced on April 2, 2012. The indictment was unsealed April 2 following Davis's initial appearance.
Education & Careers

AICPA's 'Start Here, Go Places' Competition Winners Announced

On April 2, the AICPA crowned the Hoover High School team - Carter, Middleton, and their faculty advisor Madge Gregg - winners of Project Innovation: The Start Here, Go Places® Competition of Creative Excellence.
Community News

Company Announcements: Week of April 9, 2012

Following is the latest roundup of accounting community news for the week of April 9, 2012.

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