A married pair of New Jersey tax preparers have been charged with tax fraud, with the wife arrested at her home, while the husband remains at large.

Special agents of IRS-Criminal Investigation arrested Carol Johnson, 42, at her home in Union, N.J., on Thursday morning on an indictment charging her and her husband, Courtney Johnson, 43, each with one count of conspiracy to defraud the United States and six counts of assisting in the preparation of fraudulent tax returns. Courtney Johnson remains at large.

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