According to DoJ, An Alexandria, Virginia, tax lobbyist pleaded guilty on June 21, 2019 to willfully filing a false tax return.
According to court documents, attorney James F. Miller, 67, underreported his gross income on his 2010 through 2014 tax returns by approximately $2,215,587.
Miller, a tax policy lobbyist and former employee of the Justice Department’s Tax Division, filed multiple false tax returns with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
These returns omitted substantial portions of the partnership income he received from:
- Not one but two law firms he worked at and
- the gross receipts of his own lobbying firm.
The Total Tax Loss Resulting From Miller’s
Fraudulent Conduct Was Approximately $735,933!
Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 27, 2019.
- a maximum sentence of 3 years in prison,
- a term of supervised release,
- monetary penalties and
- Miller agreed to pay $735,933 restitution to the IRS.
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