September 29, 2008
Prison Time for Under the Table Wage Payments
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A North Dartmouth, Massachusetts woman was sentenced to 6½ years in federal prison for paying her employees under the table, thereby avoiding approximately $10 million in tax payments and $7 million in workers compensation insurance premiums. Aimee J. King McElroy also received three years probation and was ordered to pay more than $9 million in restitution. McElroy and her husband, Daniel W. McElroy, had been convicted of operating temporary employment agencies that paid their employees in cash in violation of a previous court order. Furthermore, they filed false tax returns and provided false payroll records to the insurances companies to conceal the cash payments.


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