Informants created trail for SES investigators

Snavely, Brent
November 2002
Crain's Detroit Business;11/25/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 47, p17
Focuses on how efforts of three informants who approached the Internal Revenue Service separately led to the investigation of Detroit, Michigan-based Simplified Employment Services (SEC) that ultimately uncovered one of the largest tax-fraud cases in the city. Identification of informants; Names of the people who committed fraud; Tactics employed by them to commit fraud.


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