FINRA Settles Matter Against Registered Representative For Failing to Timely Amend his Form U4 to Disclose Misdemeanor Charge, State and Federal Tax Liens, and Civil Judgment

Written by: Robert Heim

FINRA settled a matter involving a registered representative who failed to timely amend his Form U4 to disclose a misdemeanor charge, state tax lien, federal tax lien and civil judgment. In June 2009, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Department of lnsurance filed a criminal charge against the representative in the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, alleging that the representative paid “an unlicensed person commissions from the sale of fixed insurance products between 2005 and 2007.” In August 2010, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania filed a tax lien against the representative in the amount of $18,687 for unpaid taxes in 2005, 2006 and 2007. In October 2011, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) filed a tax lien against the representative in the amount of $50,220 for unpaid taxes in 2005, 2006 and 2007. Finally, in January 2013, the representative was the subject of a civil judgment in the amount of $35,157.

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