The owners of a Southern California test pilot school pleaded guilty to filing a false 2008 tax return. They transferred money from their corporation to several offshore accounts, then deducted the transfers from their corporate and individual income tax returns. Then they failed to report the interest on the foreign accounts. Maybe it goes without saying, but this is not allowed. Now they will have to pay upwards of $2 million in penalties on top of their $710,000 tax bill. I think its safe to say that their options for tax relief are limited at this point. If they don’t have the cash to pay it all at once, that’s going to be one big installment payment!