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Mount Pleasant Woman Pleads Guilty to Tax Fraud. The case was investigated by agents from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Internal Revenue Service and this is what they discovered!
Columbia, South Carolina ---- Cynthia Cave, age 46, of Mount Pleasant, pled guilty in federal court in Charleston, South Carolina, to three counts of Filing a False Tax Return, corresponding to tax years 2009-2011, in violation of 26 U.S.C. 7206(1).
Evidence presented in the case, established that Cave worked as the officer manager for Coastal Facial Plastic Surgery in Mt. Pleasant. As the office manager, she received various forms of compensation that she did not report to the IRS. In 2009, she under reported her income by at least $55,000. In 2010, she under reported her income by at least $68,000. In 2011, she under reported her income by at least $100,000. As a result, she owes the U.S. Treasury $105,276 in back taxes.
As part of her guilty plea, she also agreed to pay her employer, Dr. Funcik, $130,457, to settle claims that she received excess compensation.
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April 15th is as memorable as most Holidays as it is embedded in us that we need to have our taxes filed, paid and/or extension filed by that date.
Thanks to the 15th being a Saturday taxes are due the next business day, only the next business day in Washington, DC is April 18th. Washington D.C. Emancipation Day is observed April 17th, thus Our taxes are due April 18th, for most taxpayers.
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