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Craig J. Casserly

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Internal Revenue Service

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Internal Revenue Service

111 West Ocean Blvd. Suite 400

Long Beach, California,90802

United States

Company Description

The IRS automatically provides filing and penalty relief to any taxpayer with an IRS address of record that is located in the designated disaster area. As such, taxpayers need not contact the IRS requesting relief. In some instances, the IRS will also waive la... more.

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www.norwalkreflector.com

"Each taxpayer is accountable for their own tax return," IRS Special Agent Craig Casserly said.
The IRS operates "scheme development centers" across the country, where investigators look for anomalies such as an unusually large number of earned-income tax-credit filings in a certain ZIP code, or from the same preparer, Casserly said. The agency investigated 266 alleged cases of preparer fraud nationwide in fiscal year 2015. Of those, 204 defendants were convicted, and 80 percent of them went to prison. The average prison term was 27 months. The arrest numbers could be higher if the agency had more agents, Casserly said. Congressional budget cuts have reduced the ranks almost 14 percent through attrition during the past five years. There are about 2,100 agents for the current fiscal year. "Still, we are doing a good job of prosecuting these individuals," Casserly said, "and we think other people are seeing this and getting out of the (fraud) business." There are several red flags that honest taxpayers should heed when seeking a preparer, Casserly said. Casserly said.


www.newsandsentinel.com

Hank and Marsha Holloway of Chesterhill each face three years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine on the charge, said Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigator Public Information Officer Craig Casserly.
The IRS has calculated the tax loss as a result of these three years of violations to be $77,068.12, said Casserly. "The essence of the case is the profit (they were not reporting) was made from the distribution of marijuana," he said. The Holloways were arrested by detectives from the multi-county Major Crimes Task Force in April 2011 after a three-year investigation into their drug trafficking operation, which stretched from Arizona to their home in Chesterhill, Casserly said. None of that money will go to the federal government, but the Holloways will be ordered to pay restitution as part of the plea agreement, said Casserly. "At sentencing the judge will determine the restitution amount. Usually the tax loss mirrors the restitution," he said. Sentencing has been tentatively set for sometime next month, he said.


www.recordpub.com

Craig Casserly, public information officer for the IRS' Criminal Investigation department, confirmed agents were on site for "official business" and executing warrants, but would not otherwise comment.
He noted the search warrants are sealed by a federal court and can not yet be discussed.


www.cantonrep.com

Special Agent Craig Casserly, spokesman for the IRS's Criminal Investigations Division in Columbus, had not been briefed on the specifics of the case.
"I can't comment on what's going on right now," Casserly said. "We're on official business is all I can say at this point, and that's due to everything's (being) sealed right now." Casserly said the Criminal Investigations Division investigates income tax fraud, money laundering and currency violations, such as transferring money in low enough amounts to avoid the requirement to file a transaction report. Casserly would not say if other Stark County businesses had been raided. Special Agent Craig Casserly, spokesman for the IRS's Criminal Investigations Division in Columbus, had not been briefed on the specifics of the case. "I can't comment on what's going on right now," Casserly said. "We're on official business is all I can say at this point, and that's due to everything's (being) sealed right now." Casserly said the Criminal Investigations Division investigates income tax fraud, money laundering and currency violations, such as transferring money in low enough amounts to avoid the requirement to file a transaction report. Casserly would not say if other Stark County businesses had been raided.


www.morningjournalnews.com

Craig Casserly, a spokesman for the Internal Revenue Service, said Snively-Pallard's pleading "will constitute two counts of failure to account for and pay over employment taxes."
Casserly had no details regarding the plea agreement, but said Snively-Pallard, 33, who was indicted last September, will be sentenced at 11:30 a.m. April 25.


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