A Vermont man was sentenced to time served, to be followed by three years of supervised release, following his conviction for tax evasion.

Christopher Parker, 63, of Guilford, Vermont, is the sole proprietor of a building restoration business.

According to court records, Parker evaded taxes by understating his income. During a period his business generated approximately $3.35 million in revenue, Parker reported only approximately $2.5 million to the IRS on his income tax returns, resulting in an approximately $281,000 tax loss to the United States.