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Grand Jury Indicts Staffing Firm Executive on Tax Fraud Charges

Wednesday, September 11, 2019 | 1071 | 0 | 40 min read

A man whose staffing firm was once the subject of the what was called the largest premium fraud case in the history of California was accused by a federal grand jury of failing to pay the IRS more than $29 million. A grand jury indictment filed with the U.S. District Court for Central California on Aug. 28 charges Luis E. Perez with one count of tax evasion for allegedly pocketing taxes withheld from employee wages. Perez was the owner of Checkmate Staffing Inc. and one of four people arrested in 2006 for an alleged premium fraud scheme that cost three carriers $39.28 million. Charges w...

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