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My Town: False tax filing leads to possible prison and fines for Grandville man
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My Town: False tax filing leads to possible prison and fines for Grandville man

GRANDVILLE, Mich.—A former Grandville man is facing possible prison time and a steep fine for filing a false tax return.

Jeffrey Richter recently pleaded guilty to filing a false federal income tax for 2007.  According to court records, Richter underreported his income by more than $253,000 that year.  The U.S. Attorney General’s Office says Richter continued to falsify tax information, underreporting his income by nearly $1 million between 2007 and 2011.  Richter owes approximately $372,000 in back taxes to the Internal Revenue Service. 

Richter faces up to three years in prison and must pay overdue taxes and a fine of up to $250,000 when he’s sentenced Sept. 10.

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