Nashville man pleads guilty to tax fraud

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A Nashville man’s prison sentence was suspended Tuesday after he pleaded guilty of preparing fraudulent tax returns.

Eugene Harrison Sr., 47, was convicted of 19 counts of aid or assist in the preparation of fraudulent tax returns. He was sentenced to a suspended 13-to-25 month prison sentence, and Harrison was placed on 36-months of supervised probation. The first four months he’ll be under electronic house arrest, perform 100 hours of community service and pay $45,276.79 in restitution.

According to a press release, Harrison operated H&J Tax Solvers in Rocky Mount between 2010 and 2011, where multiple clients reported the same home-based business, questionable itemized and business deductions.