A New Jersey tax preparer received an 18-month prison sentence Tuesday for willfully preparing fraudulent tax returns for clients.
Kellar Covington, Jr., 62, was also ordered by U.S. District Court Judge Faith S. Hochberg to serve one year of supervised release and refrain from the tax preparation business for 10 years.
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