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The sole proprietor of the small business involved with the

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The sole proprietor of the small business involved with the non profit fund raiser that I am questioning was from Juneau, Alaska, as was the business. That same person was living with her boyfriend in his van in Maui, Hawaii from mid December thru the end of April. She had no tax papers whatsoever in her personal belongings. One comment from her later was that her mother did her taxes for her. There would be no way for her to sign her taxes is that were so. I suspect the taxes were never filed. I also suspect the money for the fundraiser was pocketed. I suspect this was a case of fraud. How could I prove it?
Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  Lane replied 3 months ago.

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