Wisconsin Man Allegedly used His Tax Business to Scheme the Government out of $766,000

A Green Bay man pled guilty to tax schemes that cost the government $766,000.

According to a release by Department of Justice, Moises Alcazar, who ran Alcazar Tax Services, acknowledged in a plea agreement that he had perpetrated a pair or related tax fraud schemes.

Alcazar assisted clients in artificially and illegally inflating their tax refunds.

He used documents supplied by foreign coconspirators.

Alcazar faces a maximum prison sentence of 3 years, a maximum term of supervision of a year, and fine of $100,000. 

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