A company can throw up a sign, claim to be a tax preparer and then rip consumers off by creating a fake Schedule C, wrongly filing for education tax credits or making other tax moves to generate excessive refunds.
A former Madison man was convicted Friday of 26 criminal, tax-related charges that included harassing IRS agents and impeding their investigat…
A former restaurant owner in Adams County has been sentenced to prison for filing false income tax returns.
Former Oregon Police Chief Doug Pettit has been charged with two felonies after authorities said he didn't report income he earned from security work.
Con artists know now is as good a time as any to trick consumers who are frightened by just three words: Internal Revenue Service.
Police found an estimated $28,000 worth of new and gently used women's wear: 400 pairs of jeans, 378 pairs of underwear, 138 pairs of shoes, 92 purses, 68 pairs of socks, 63 bras, hundreds of shirts and several bottles of perfume. Brands included Victoria's Secret, Juicy Couture, Miss Me, Coach and Gucci.
A man who co-founded Madison-based self-help and personal development companies was sentenced Tuesday to a year in federal prison for failing …
A Sun Prairie woman faces up to three years in prison after pleading guilty on Wednesday to charges she didn't report more than $94,000 of income for 2009 that was money she stole from her employer.
A Neillsville church treasurer and tax-preparer facing charges of embezzling more than $100,000 from the Calvary Lutheran Church logged additional criminal charges Monday in Clark County Circuit Court of filing false income tax returns.
A couple that owns several popular Downtown businesses would lose two liquor licenses under an agreement between the city of Madison and the owners, Hyungirl and Jongyean Lee.