Wednesday, April 11, 2018|6:30 p.m.
. A Las Vegas female slated to go to trial this summertime on charges of filing incorrect federal income tax returns is facing up to 45 years in jail, inning accordance with the United States attorney for Nevada.
Martha Williams, 40, a former tax preparer at Across the Board Management Co., was charged today with 15 counts of helping and helping in the preparation and filing of false federal tax return, officials stated.
The criminal activities, which cost the federal government $146,542, were presumably committed from 2011 to 2013, authorities said.
Authorities declare Williams “intentionally ready deceitful” tax forms for customers, which resulted in lower payment quantities and subsequent inflated returns.
Williams, who today appeared in front of a federal judge, will go to trial on June 19, authorities said. If convicted, she faces up to 3 years behind bars and a $100,000 fine for each charge.
The case was examined by the IRS, authorities stated.