Employee Hustles Small Town out of Thousands

Erin Hossler, the secretary/ treasurer of the Cressona Borough in Pennsylvania, was found guilty in federal court of tax evasion. Hossler filed no tax returns in 2015, 2016 and 2017. During that time she stole funds from her employer by…

May 16, 2022

School Board President Chooses Friend Over Ethics Learns Hard Lesson

The former board president for the Madison County School District, Albert Morrison, was charged with tax evasion and failure to file tax returns. Morrison was president of the school board from 2012 to 2018, and during that time was instrumental…

May 14, 2022

Water District Manager Drowning in a Tsunami of His Own Making

Dennis Falaschi, the general manager of the Panoche Water District in central California, was indicted for conspiracy, theft of government property, and filing false tax returns. In 1992, Falaschi discovered that an abandoned drain turnout on the Delta-Mendota Canal that…

May 12, 2022


Payroll Manager Finds Multiple Ways to Bankroll Himself

Matthew Hernandez, the manager of a San Diego technology company, was found guilty of embezzling more than $350,000. Hernandez was responsible for the company’s payroll and accounts payable, and  had authority to sign checks. Between 2010 and 2017 he stole…

May 10, 2022

Vacation Home Rental – What’s Best for You: Schedule C or E?

Do you have a beach or mountain home that you rent out? If the average period of rental is less than 30 days, you likely have a choice—either claim the income and expenses on Schedule C, or claim the income…

April 01, 2022

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