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August 4, 2016

Posted  August 4, 2016

An Austin, Texas, businessman was convicted by a federal jury on four counts of filing false tax returns and corruptly endeavoring to obstruct and impede the due administration of the internal revenue laws, announced the Justice Department’s Tax Division. According to the evidence presented at trial, Victor Antolik owned and operated a commercial janitorial business in Austin, San Antonio and Houston, Texas, for which he used a variety of business names, including Diversified Building Services Inc., DBS Services Inc., Partners in Cleaning, PIC Building Services and BSI Industries. Antolik also earned income as a real estate agent, real estate broker and property manager. Antolik earned a portion of his real estate income through his companies SGN Realty Inc. and Signature Realty Services. Antolik submitted to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) four false individual income tax returns on which he underreported his income for tax years 2004, 2007 and 2008. In addition, between 1998 and 2014, Antolik attempted to obstruct the IRS by, among other things, attaching altered Forms W-2 and 1099 to his tax returns, providing false information to his accountants that were used to prepare both corporate and individual income tax returns on his behalf and using nominees to conceal income and assets. DOJ

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