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Local Tax Fraud: Glastonbury, CT

GLASTONBURY, Conn. — In 2021, a Glastonbury business owner was sentenced to six months in federal prison, followed by a year of supervised release and fined $5,500 for filing false income tax returns, prosecutors said.

Prosecutors said the man, who owns and operates a paving company, gave his tax preparer information that understated the gross receipts for the paving business for the 2015 through 2018 tax years.

The forms underreported his income by more than $588,000, resulting in a tax loss of $154,238 to the IRS, prosecutors said.

The man pleaded guilty to filing a false tax return on July 20, 2021. He has since paid full restitution to the IRS.

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