A resident of Guam who allegedly falsified tax documents by claiming to reside and work in Hawaii entered into a plea agreement with the U.S. Attorneys Office.
Surely Suda has entered into a plea agreement with the U.S. Attorneys Office to pay back more than $28-thousand dollars the IRS said she collected under false tax refunds. According to District Court papers, Suda filed false returns under fake addresses in Hawaii, enabling her to receive an earned income credit and an additional child tax credit from the IRS. Suda, who lived and worked on Guam, would not have qualified for EIC or CTC refunds through the IRS. By falsifying her address she received additional money from the IRS in the amount of $28,276 over a period of four years. Suda faces a maximum of three years in jail and a fine of at least 100,000 dollars.// you can read the plea agreement at pacificnewscenter.com.