Rosario, who operated Edujas Multiservices Corporation, was indicated on 30 counts for allegedly preparing false income tax returns. If convicted, she faces a maximum of three years in prison and a fine of $250,000 for each count. Her company offers a variety of services including airline tickets and notary services and she is a licensed real estate agent
The indictment alleges that Rosario prepared inflated returns for at least tax years 2008 and 2013. That included claiming bogus business losses and inflated or fictitious deductions. She is also accused of claiming education and fuel tax credits that her clients were not entitled to receive.
It is also alleged that after the Internal Revenue Service revoked the electronic filing number for Edujas Multiservices, Rosario used at least two other e-fie provider numbers, listing the name of a different preparer and firm to hide her role.