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Larceny charge for NY man

Posted by salestax on May 16, 2007

Wow, what is it this week with the sales tax criminals.  The article can only be read after 4 weeks, unless your a subscriber.  So far, this is all it says:

Man pleads guilty in theft of $700,000 in sales tax

“Williamsville resident Michael Wolfberg, 60, has pleaded guilty to second-degree grand larceny. The arraignment before State Supreme Court Justice Penny M. Wolfgang was held on April 27. He faces up to 15 years in prison at his sentencing on July 18.”

2 Responses to “Larceny charge for NY man”

  1. PG said

    You have a nice collection of information here! Are you connected with one of the organizations listed in the right column? Feel free to e-mail me. Thanks

  2. salestax said

    Thanks for the compliment. As far as “connected with,” no, I don’t work for any of the organizations listed. They are just organizations I find to be helpful for sales tax professionals.

    As a professional, I am a Certified Sales Tax member with IPT (professional designation, CMI) and my company is a member of COST.

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