false return

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Noun1.false return - an incorrect income tax return
income tax return, return, tax return - document giving the tax collector information about the taxpayer's tax liability; "his gross income was enough that he had to file a tax return"
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They said declaration of income or overstatement of deductions by 30 percent and more is considered prima evidence of filing false return under the Tax Code.
Count 4 reads: 'that you Mohammed Musa Abimiku and Alexander Micah Paman, officers in the Federal Ministry of Works, Abuja: in the month of December or thereabout in Abuja, conspired amongst yourselves to knowingly furnish false return of retirement claims in respect of the total sum of N4.
However, it cannot disqualify a Member who has submitted a false return of election expense or wealth statement.
The funds from this false return were then transferred to various offshore entities, including Quartell and Nomirex," the EY report said.
Or they file a false return in a person's name without that person knowing that a refund was paid.
Abetment or inducement of another person to make a false return, account, statement or declaration will be punishable with RI of six months to seven years.
An identity thief steals a taxpayer's Social Security number (SSN) and files a false return with it before the taxpayer files.
GREAT WAR 100 Schulze and Lehning, who were sailors on the Chilean sailing ship Quintero, were charged that, being enemy aliens, they made a false statement to the aliens officer, and Vallentin, who was chief mate of the vessel, was charged with aiding and abetting Schulze and Lehning, and also that he made a false return of the list of the crew, showing the other two defendants as a Swede and Russian Finn respectively.
Federal and state taxing authorities can bring, both felony and misdemeanor tax charges against a CPA's client--the most common of which include tax evasion, failure to file a return, failure pay tax and filing a false return.
Thus, reporting that a client's debt has been discharged and then accepting funds in payment of that debt could be viewed by the IRS as supporting a penalty for filing a false return.
Further, spammers who send fraudulent or deceptive e-mails, e-mails with false subject lines, or e-mails with a false return address may be subject to criminal prosecution and penalties, including injunctions, fines of up to $6 million, and imprisonment for as long as five years.
Violating Virginia law, their emails--which advertised low interest mortgages, penny stocks and internet browsing software--are alleged to have used false return addresses and routing information.