A Chaska man has been charged with six felony counts after he didn’t file his tax returns…for six years.
The Minnesota Department of Revenue says David Timp was told that he needed to file this taxes, but still failed to do so. These warning came multiple times from several different departments. Timp didn’t file his individual state tax returns from 2012 to 2017. He now owes more than $46,000 in taxes, penalties, and interest.
The six felony counts are for failing to file individual incomes tax returns. Each of these charges can lead to five years in prison a $10,000 fine, or both, but these are the maximum penalties.
Several revenue crimes come from tips. You can contact the Minnesota Department of Revenue 24 hours a day if you believe tax laws are being broken.