Robert and Donna Poimboeuf, a couple from Shreveport, LA, were indicted in court in December, 2018 on charges of conspiring to defraud the Internal Revenue Service and on multiple counts of filing false tax returns. The Poimboeufs owned and operated D & G Holdings, LLC, a company providing Laboratory and mobile phlebotomy services.
It’s alleged that for the tax years 2011 through 2015, the Poimboeufs underreported their income and gross receipts for D & G on their joint personal federal income tax returns. Information provided in two separate tax returns, preparers omitted bank account information and Forms 1099. Charges also include that the couple classified business receipts as non-taxable loan proceeds to reduce their income.
If they are convicted, the Poimboeufs face a maximum sentence of five years in prison on the conspiracy count, and three years in prison for each count of filing false returns, as well as a period of supervised release and monetary penalties.