The owners of a popular Jersey shore pizza restaurant chain have admitted evading taxes and lying to the IRS.
Former accountant William Frio has admitted to a scheme that began in 1986, lasted 24 years, involved owners, managers and others.
A hearing is scheduled in federal court in Philadelphia today in the case of defendant Chaka Fattah Jr., charged with fraud and tax evasion.
A former cast member of MTV’s reality show “Jersey Shore” is due back in court to face federal tax charges.
According to U.S. Attorney’s Office, William Frio, of Springfield Township, has been charged by indictment in a tax evasion scheme involving Nifty Fifty’s.
The government says the couple failed to report $980,000 in income from 2007 until 2011.
If you’ve been on the boardwalk in Ocean City, NJ, chances are you’ve sampled their fare at Manco & Manco Pizza.
Officials say Tanika Victoria Little, a 35-year-old from Philadelphia, was an employee of Brink’s, Inc., a national armored truck company that delivers cash to banks and other businesses.
The co-owner of a Philadelphia-area restaurant chain will serve time behind bars for his role in multimillion-dollar tax evasion scheme.
A federal judge in New Jersey is allowing Lauryn Hill to go on tour before completing her sentence on a tax conviction.
Ed Ross, a spokesman for the federal Bureau of Prisons, said Hill reported Monday to federal prison in Danbury, CT.
Eight-time Grammy-winning singer Lauryn Hill faces sentencing in New Jersey on tax evasion charges.
Rap star “Fat Joe” has pleaded guilty to federal tax evasion.
Five owners of the “Nifty Fifty’s” restaurant chain are charged in a tax evasion conspiracy that allegedly hid $15 million worth of income, cheating the IRS out of $2.2 million in taxes.
A Morris County pastor has been sentenced to five months in federal prison after pleading guilty to tax evasion.