Kentucky Man Sentenced to Twelve Months in Prison for False Income Tax Returns and Medicaid Fraud

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]From 2012-2014 the Louisville man admitted that he failed to report earned income of $961,592 from his automobile business on his IRS tax returns.  He also admitted to concealing over $200,000 of his actual income from the Dept. for Medicaid Services for years 2008-2014 to fraudulently qualify his family for approximately $204,842 in Medicaid benefits.

In addition to the twelve months and one day in federal prison, the man will serve three years of supervised release.  The KY man also agreed to forfeit $347,095 previously seized by the United States from his bank accounts as result of the healthcare fraud.  From this seized amount, $204,842.69 will be applied to restitution owed to Medicaid.  The man also agreed to pay $209,910.80 in full restitution to the IRS.[/vc_column_text][us_image image=”2757″][/vc_column][/vc_row]