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Tax Preparer Pleads Guilty after Claiming Fictitious Employment for Clients

Michael Cohn

A tax preparer in Rochester, N.Y., faces up to 10 years in prison and a fine of $853,766 after creating fictitious employers for clients and filing tax returns claiming the Earned Income Tax Credit on their behalf.

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