4 years after undercover IRS sting, Durham tax preparer sentenced to 10 years in prison

Almost exactly a year after she was indicted on federal charges, the former owner of a Durham tax preparation business has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison.

Keesha Frye, former owner and operator of KEF Professional Tax Services, was found guilty of falsifying tax returns. According to the feds, the scheme – uncovered with the help of an “undercover operative” – caused a tax loss of more than $1.7 million.

In addition to prison time, Frye was ordered to serve three years'…

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