In the Tax World - April 30, 2011


A man from Newark, Daniel D. Weddington pleaded guilty Friday to filing false income tax returns and cheating the IRS of $3.23 million in clients’ tax revenues. Weddington was charged with two counts of aiding and assisting in the filing of false income tax returns and one count of obstructing and impeding the due administration of the IRS. His crime carries a maximum jail sentence of 9 years and a potential $205,000 fine according to the US Attorney’s Office.

Weddington’s license to prepare and file federal income tax returns for clients has been revoked.

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