Myrtle Beach woman charged with evading paying over $34,000 in taxes

Jeanne Voltz-Loomis (J. Reuben Long Detention Center/WPDE background)

A Myrtle Beach woman was arrested by the South Carolina Department of Revenue (SCDOR) Thursday on seven counts of tax evasion, a press release states.

Jeanne Voltz-Loomis reportedly filed fraudulent income tax returns and claimed refunds she was not due. She evaded paying over $34,000 in state income tax.

According to a press release, Voltz-Loomis filed fraudulent SC Individual Income Tax returns claiming $392,878 in gross income from 2010-2016.

An investigation by SCDOR found that her actual gross income for that time period to be $859,982. By reporting a lower income, Voltz-Loomis evaded paying $34,788 in taxes due to the state.

Voltz-Loomis is currently being held at J. Reuben Long Detention Center and faces fines up to $10,000 and/or up to five years in prison per count, according to SCDOR.

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