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April 2011 Archives

IRS settled with Massachusetts-based ThermoEnergy Corporation

The Internal Revenue Service has agreed to an offer presented by ThermoEnergy Corporation of Massachusetts to settle tax requirements on its payroll that led to a $2.3 million gain. The multimillion-dollar gain was recorded during the fourth quarter of 2010.

Richard Hatch will return to prison on tax evasion charges

Boston news reports confirm that reality TV star Richard Hatch is going behind bars once again in relation to his tax evasion charges from 2005. Recently, Hatch appeared on the hit TV show Celebrity Apprentice. However, he is best known for winning the show Survivor in the year 2000. 49-year-old Hatch received orders to return to prison for nine months for continually neglecting to pay taxes on the prize money of $1 million he won on Survivor. He is scheduled to begin his sentence on Monday.

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