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Waterbury man guilty in tax-return fraud

A Waterbury man could spend as long as three years in federal prison after his conviction of preparing fraudulent tax returns, and not filing some of his own, that cost the IRS more than $400,000 in tax collections, federal prosecutors say.
Michael D. Mir, 41, waived his right to indictment and entered a guilty plea Tuesday in Hartford federal court to one count of aiding and assisting the filing of a false tax return, the Connecticut U.S. Attorney ...

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