These he charges were brought after he being sent to prison in April 2016 on tax fraud charges. After learning he was under investigation by the IRS , Hall opened 15 new bank accounts to continue running the business, although he claimed to have ceased operation
Hall pleaded guilty to aiding and assisting in the preparation of a false tax return and filing a false tax return. He also failed to declare hundreds of thousands of dollars in income from preparing returns more than 300 fraudulent tax returns, including his own.
Court documents said while operating a tax business from 2014 through 2016, Hall fabricated income to maximize the Earned Income Tax Credit and provided false information to obtain a refundable education credit.