Tax cheats: Single, young men

The typical American tax cheat is male, single and under the age of 45.

Tax Cheats: Single, Young and Male reports that:

They think they are “overall better people”, but they’d take money from a child, keep the wrong change given to them by a cashier, ask a friend to pretend to be a former boss for a reference check and lie about their income to qualify for government aid.

Many of them also said they would wear an outfit once and return it, file false insurance claims, keep money they see someone drop on the floor, or lie about finding something inappropriate in their food just to get a free meal.

Carol Topp, CPA