An Akron woman has been convicted of tax crimes for failing to report more than $200,000 in income, according to the United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio.
Kelly Prigmore, 43, was found guilty following a trial on two counts of making and subscribing false federal income tax returns for 2006 and 2007. Prigmore worked as a self-employed home health care provider for a client who paid her for live-in 24 hour services. Prigmore filed joint personal income tax returns on which she omitted approximately $209,601 of her home health care service income, according to court documents. For 2006, she reported total income of $8,600 and omitted additional income of approximately $96,806. For 2007, she reported total income of $8,990 and omitted additional income of approximately $112,795.
Prigmore will be sentenced December 12th.