Daniel Berglund, a self-employed computer language instructor, was convicted of four counts of tax evasion for failing to file taxes from 1987 to 2017.
Berglund took many steps to hide his income from the IRS – including giving his clients a made-up tax identification number to prevent payments to him from being reported to the IRS, depositing payments into accounts not in his name, and converting cash payments into silver, that he hid throughout his home.
Berglund’s tax evasion resulted in a tax debt of $146,806. He faces a maximum prison sentence of five years and up to $250,000 for each count of tax evasion.
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