Whistleblower says tax prep firm submitted false information to get tax break from New Jersey. Exposing Misconduct.

Whistleblower says tax prep firm submitted false information to get tax break from New Jersey

March 28, 2019

A whistleblower testified at a public hearing Thursday that her New Jersey employer submitted false information to a state tax credit program for businesses – and then fired her after she raised concerns.

Gulsen Kama, who lost her job as a vice president at a tax preparation firm, was called to speak by a task force appointed by Gov. Phil Murphy to investigate New Jersey’s troubled Economic Development Authority tax incentive programs.

In January, an audit ordered by Murphy found “numerous significant deficiencies” in EDA’s oversight of nearly $11 billion worth of incentives – including a failure to tell whether 3,000 jobs promised in return for the tax credits had actually been created or retained.

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