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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Houston Restaurant Owner Convicted of Trying to Bribe IRS Agent With Pizza to Avoid $49k Liability

Pizza WebCPA reports that a Houston restaurant owner has been sentenced to two years in jail after he was convicted of trying to bribe an IRS agent by offering her free pizza and a job after an audit revealed that he owed $49,000 in back taxes for 2004-2007.  (IRS Agent Refuses Pizza Bribe.)

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Comments

That must have been some bad pizza.

Posted by: Woody | May 28, 2009 8:58:01 PM