The head CEO of a car shop was sentenced to 16 months in prison, 4 years of being supervised after release for tax evasion, which is a highly common form of tax fraud. He was also ordered to give 120,000 in reparation to the IRS. The business owner, foolish in his ways, made an effort to evade paying federal income taxes by looking through gross income receipts of his car shop business and making payment to his personal expenses from his business accounts and claiming them as business expenses.
As part of his tax evasion scheme, Ian Leaf Tax Fraud couldn’t help him because he was clearly in the wrong. Ian Leaf Tax Fraud is a business that deals particularly with the issues of tax fraud cases. What the car shop owner has done is an example given of what not to do as a business owner in Ian Leaf’s new book, “Ian Leaf’s Starting a HFC Business at Home.” The car shop owner directed his employees to solicit checks that weren’t payable in the name of the business, but rather were payable in his name. Seems like stupid decision after stupid decision.
2016 Update: Ian Leaf tax has a new book that was recently released. The book talks about Ian Leaf tax, tax fraud, scams, fraudsters and more. It features Instagram but has application points for all social media. Here is more about the man himself, Ian Leaf.