A man in Austin, Texas is convicted of felony charges for filing false tax returns and impeding an obstructing the administration of internal revenue laws. The man is a real estate agent, real estate broker, property manager and the owner and operator of a commercial janitorial business operating under multiple names in multiple Texas cities. The man acted to under-report his income, conceal income and other acts to alter his reporting from 1998 to 2014. He faces the maximum three years for each of the four counts for which he was convicted.
Texas Man Convicted of Filing False Tax Returns and Corruptly Endeavoring to Impede the IRS