Lebanon man sentenced for tax evasion
November 17, 2021
A Lebanon man was sentenced to roughly three and a half years in federal prison Monday, Nov. 15, after failing to pay more than $1.7 million in personal income taxes in a complex tax evasion case dating back to 2001.
According to court documents, in the mid 1980s, after working for several years as a computer engineer and programmer for Hewlett-Packard company, Robert Andrew Lund moved to Oregon, where he launched a private computer consulting company called Lund Performance Solutions (LPS). The firm’s clients included large businesses, school districts and health care companies throughou...
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