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Doctor admits trying to evade taxes on millions of dollars

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- A doctor who owns three immediate care facilities in northern New Jersey has admitted making millions of dollars' worth of cash deposits and fraudulently transferring his residence to a family member in a bid to evade taxes.

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Two convicted in fraudulent tax return scam for inmates

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — The owners of a tax preparation business that allegedly filed fraudulent returns on behalf of inmates at various New Jersey prisons have been convicted of conspiracy and numerous other charges.

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NJ Tax Preparer Uses Dead Guy’s ID to File False Returns

A New Jersey tax return preparer admitted today to filing false claims with the IRS using a dead tax return preparer’s identification and preparing false documents for fraudulent loans. U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman says Todd Halpern pleaded guilty to filing false claims and wire fraud.

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Ex-Newark Political Consultant Charged With Tax Fraud

A former consultant to Newark city officials is facing charges.

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Three NJ Men Arrested For Alleged Tax Fraud

Federal authorities have arrested three men allegedly engaged in a scheme to get refunds from fraudulent tax returns based on stolen personal information.

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Ex-NFL Player Admits Failing to File Tax Returns

Federal prosecutors in New Jersey say a former NFL player has admitted that he intentionally failed to file
federal income tax returns for several years.

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