Green Bay Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud
United States Attorney Gregory J. Haanstad of the Eastern District of Wisconsin, announced that Moises Alcazar (age: 34) of Green Bay has plead guilty to assisting and advising in the preparation and filing of a false income tax returns in violation of 26 United States Code Section 7206(2). Alcazar faces a maximum term of imprisonment of three years, a maximum term of supervised release of one year, a maximum fine of $100,000, and restitution to be ordered by the court.
Alcazar ran Alcazar Tax Services from 2006 to 2012 and acknowledged as part of a plea agreement that he had perpetrated a pair of related tax fraud schemes that caused a total loss to the government of over $766,000. In the first scheme, Alcazar would assist clients in artificially and illegally inflating their tax refunds. In the second scheme, Alcazar used documents supplied by foreign co-conspirators to file fabricated tax returns.
The case was investigated by the Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation and prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorneys Richard Frohling and Benjamin Taibleson.
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