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January 25, 2018

Posted  January 25, 2018

A Dover, Massachusetts, insurance broker was sentenced to eight months in prison for filing false tax returns. According to the evidence presented at trial, Anthony J. May, 62, owned and operated Clients First Financial Insurance Agency LLC, through which May sold life insurance products as an insurance broker, and Advantage Life Settlements LLC, through which he served as a broker for insured individuals seeking to sell their personal life insurance policies to third party investors. May operated his businesses out of an office suite in Hingham, where he also leased office space to other independent insurance agents. May filed false 2006 through 2009 individual income tax returns that did not report more than $738,000 in income that he received from insurance commissions, brokerage fees, and office rental payments. DOJ

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