Monday, October 5, 2009

Retired Boeing Manager Pleads Guilty in UBS Tax Case

Roberto Cittadini of Bellevue, a former Boeing sales manager, pleaded guilty Monday in Federal District Cout to filing a false tax return.

Cittadini admitted that he concealed nearly $2 million in Swiss bank accounts on which he failed to report income.

Income on $2 million? This guy is small potatoes.

1 comment:

  1. Wenzel,

    Two ways to interpret this (of course there could be more):

    1. Demonstrates that the bigwig money guys can still sneak away/bribe/circumvent the crackdowns and their money will remain 'at large' as priveleged money always has.
    2. The IRS is purposefully targetting small fries because they're more numerous and it represents a more existential threat to more people.