TaxPersonal TaxUS tax man accused of falsifying his own tax return

US tax man accused of falsifying his own tax return

US tax man allegedly gave a false valuation on a property sale to lower his tax bill

A US tax official has been arrested at Los Angeles International Airport for
tax fraud and obstructing an investigation into a tax return.

Jim Liu claimed on his tax return that he had suffered a loss on the sale of
property when he had actually made a profit, reports
WebCPA.

The indictment alleges that he provided false documents and statements during
an IRS audit of his return.

Further reading:

IRS slammed over lax
security

Related Articles

Nicolas Cage to pay IRS $14m

Personal Tax Nicolas Cage to pay IRS $14m

8y David Jetuah, Reporter
US taxman extends offshore disclosure deadline

Personal Tax US taxman extends offshore disclosure deadline

8y AccountancyAge.com
IRS extends offshore reporting deadline

Personal Tax IRS extends offshore reporting deadline

8y Judith Tydd, Writer
UBS client faces jail over tax evasion

Corporate Governance UBS client faces jail over tax evasion

9y Kevin Reed, Writer
False tax refunds cost IRS $17.5m

Personal Tax False tax refunds cost IRS $17.5m

9y Judith Tydd, Writer
IRS holds $1.3bn in unclaimed tax refunds

Personal Tax IRS holds $1.3bn in unclaimed tax refunds

9y Judith Tydd, Writer
SA online returns slump in the US

Personal Tax SA online returns slump in the US

9y Judith Tydd, Writer
IRS looks to ease taxpayers' burden

Personal Tax IRS looks to ease taxpayers' burden

9y Kevin Reed, Writer