N.J. Tax Preparer Indicted
Ms. Noemi Pender owner of a tax consulting organization, located in Rosenhayn, New Jersey, Pender Tax Services, LLC has been accused for one count of plotting to deceive the IRS (Internal Revenue Service) and 9 counts of filing fraudulent returns on taxes for clients by the grand jury.
As per the condemnation, the fraudulent activities by Noemi Pender made the federal government suffer losses of USD 340,000 plus. Ms. Noemi Pender along with others had been preparing falsified returns of taxes from year 2007 to year 2011 by inflating and fabricating itemized deductions, inflating and fabricating dependent and child care expenses, inflating and fabricating expenses relating to education and by claiming fake filing statuses.
In a statement, a special agent of Internal Revenue Service’s Criminal Investigation department Mr. Jonathan D. Larsen said that the accusations in the condemnation against Ms Noemi Pender should be an eye opener for the taxpayers on how important it is to choose an ethical and reputable tax practitioner. He further said that most of the tax practitioners are providing ethical services to the clients but the reputation of the profession is damaged by the presences of a minute number of dishonest tax practitioners who file wrong and fake returns of taxes to cheat on government, the public at large and their clients.
If Ms. Noemi Pender ends up as convicted then the single count of conspiracy against her will lead up to 5 years of imprisonment and the other 9 counts of preparing fake and wrong returns of taxes will lead up to 3 years of imprisonment for every count. In addition to this every count in the condemnation also carries a fine equal to the higher of USD 250,000/-, two times the gross financial loss suffered by any of the victims of the crime, or double the gross financial gain resulted from the crime.
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