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Tax News: Philly Cheesesteak with a Side of Tax Fraud?

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The famous South Philadelphia cheesesteak location, Tony Luke's,  father and son owners were federally indicted on tax fraud charges alleging evading report and payment of $8 million to the IRS over a period of at least 10 years.

Anthony Lucidonio Sr. and Nicholas Lucidonio are charged with conspiracy and aiding/assisting false employment tax returns, according to the indictment in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia. The 23-count indictment alleges that the business had two separate sets of records. 

The father and son were also accused of payroll tax fraud. Several employees were given a paycheck that was taxed but did not represent their full wage. The rest of the wage was paid off the books in cash.

Tax evasion or habitual failure to file tax returns may result in criminal indictment in federal court. To best evaluate any potential exposure or representation, please contact the Tax Attorneys at Fazzio Lawwe are in your corner!

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