Two accountants have entered guilty pleas in connection with the sale of legally-questionable tax shelters.
As part of a prosecutorial deal, Pasadena, Calif. former KPMG accountant Steven Acosta pleaded guilty to charges of conspiracy, tax evasion and obstruction of an Internal Revenue Service investigation. Acosta said that he allegedly helped one of the indicted former KPMG executives to sell the shelters.
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