Boston-area landscaping company owner sentenced for tax evasion

Kevin Newman, 70, will be in community detention for 10 months, released under custody for two years, and do 100 hours of community service after pleading guilty of tax evasion in April.

US Department of Justice officials said the Newton, Mass., owner of Kevin Newman Landscape and Tree, who claimed $ 671,812 in tax losses between 2015 and 2019 by under-reporting income and over-spending on his personal and corporate tax returns.

In addition to custody, parole, and community service, the U.S. District Court judge Patti B. Saris Newman sentenced Newman to pay a fine of $ 10,000 and a refund of $ 572,843 to the Internal Revenue Service.

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