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April 4, 2017

Posted  April 4, 2017

A Fort Lauderdale, Florida resident was indicted for tax evasion, announced the Justice Department’s Tax Division. According to the indictment, between 2002 and 2015, Thomas Daly earned more than $1.5 million in income working as a salesman for several companies. The indictment alleges that Daly has not filed a federal tax return since 2002, with the exception of the 2007 tax year. In August 2009, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) notified Daly that it intended to levy his wages to collect his unpaid tax liabilities for 2002 through 2006. Allegedly, in an effort to evade the collection of his back taxes, Daly incorporated South Florida Home Marketing Inc. (SFHM) to serve as his nominee and alter ego. Daly allegedly entered into an agreement with his employer to receive his wages in the name of SFHM. The indictment charges that as a result, the IRS’s levy was unsuccessful. Daly also allegedly directed others to make payments to him in the name of SFHM and used the income deposited into SFHM’s bank account to pay personal expenses, including apartment rent, a boat, international travel, entertainment, his girlfriend’s cosmetic surgery and jewelry. DOJ

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