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To: FromLori

Seems like an awfully risky move for this Spondello guy. If the company fights the tax fraud charges successfully — or even if they succeed in getting anything more than three years old tossed out based on the statute of limitations — then he could lose a huge chunk of that “reward” and potentially face criminal charges related to theft.


4 posted on 11/25/2009 1:39:19 PM PST by Alberta's Child (God is great, beer is good . . . and people are crazy.)
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To: Alberta's Child

There is no statute of limitations on the assessment of unpaid income taxes due to fraud.


9 posted on 11/25/2009 2:08:11 PM PST by TheCPA
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To: Alberta's Child

I would expect that a corporate accountant would have signed some sort of confidentiality agreement, wouldn’t you?


16 posted on 11/25/2009 3:33:04 PM PST by Tallguy ("The sh- t's chess, it ain't checkers!" -- Alonzo (Denzel Washington) in "Training Day")
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