Charlotte Contractor Pleads Guilty To Tax Evasion
U.S. Attorney Miles stated that “the United States Attorney’s Office will not hesitate to bring to justice those individuals who choose to defraud the IRS by willfully understating their income to avoid paying taxes. Such conduct is criminal and is unfair to honest citizens who pay
their taxes on a timely basis.”
U.S. Attorney Miles was joined in the announcement by Special Agent in Charge Erick Martinez, Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation. “It is important to remember, especially during filing season, that there are serious consequences for intentionally failing to
report all of your income,” said Special Agent Martinez.
Earl faces up to five years in prison. A date for sentencing has not yet been scheduled.