A Sioux City man has been sentenced to six months in prison on federal charges over tax returns for his Nebraska-based business.
The U.S. attorney's office in Omaha says Monday that Patrick Bohall was sentenced after previously pleading guilty to filing a false tax return in 2003 and admitting he failed to file a tax return for 2004 to 2006.
Bohall owns Legacy Financial Services in South Sioux City. Prosecutors say by filing a false return and failing to file subsequent returns he avoided a tax due and owes nearly $288,000.
Prosecutors say Bohall must pay restitution in that amount. He remains liable for interest and penalties that may be assessed by the Internal Revenue Service in a civil action.