One month after four employees of Big Four firm Ernst & Young were charged with conspiracy to commit tax fraud, a former employee of the audit firm has pled guilty to similar charges. Dallas-based E&Y employee Belle Six entered her plea in Federal District Court in Manhattan. Six, who worked in the firm's Viper Group that created and sold tax shelters, will, according to her agreement, forfeit some $13 million she received as compensation.
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