A Medford doctor was pleaded guilty for Income Tax Evasion

A Medford doctor from the Camden County was pronounce judgment on to six months of imprisonment and six months of house arrest on Tuesday for being not able to report his more than a million dollar of his income on his state tax returns.

According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the 58 years of age doctor named Scott Salkind was pleaded guilty in Camden’s U.S. District Court to one count of his tax evasion concerning his improper declaration of income.

According to the federal authorities, he was also penalized $15,000 aside from the imprisonment and house arrest.

The Medford doctor, who operates his three own medical offices in New Jersey, already gave $430,000 in compensation and fines aforementioned to charging.

According to the federal authorities, the Medford doctor was not able to state his income from year 2005 to 2008 by sidetracking the corporate business receipts into a shell company bank account that he had set up.

He was believed that he will withdraw the money through purchasing the checks payable of the cashier to himself.

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