Tax fraud 101

So that’s how she does it.

She signs authors and promotes them to a position of editor in her company.
They edit each other’s books.
Instead of paying them a flat fee per draft, she offers to “pay” them higher royalties on their own books.
That way, she thinks she can get out of calling them employees, or even freelance workers, because they’re not actually getting paid. That lets her off the hook for filing tax papers with the city, state, and IRS, she thinks, because she’s not really paying them.

Joke’s on her because whether she hands them a paycheck or offers them higher royalties, it’s still monetary compensation for work they do, and she’s still liable for it. Nice try. But, as usual, she thinks so so clever, but just like always, she got it wrong.

Joke’s on her editors because they’re probably still not getting paid the full royalties their books earn anyway..

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12 thoughts on “Tax fraud 101

  1. That sneaky bitch. I hope they know they’re doing all that work for free, they think they’re getting paid higher royalties for the work but that greedy cheapskate doesn’t pay royalties. She keeps half of them if not more then pays a little bit so the writers think they’re getting paid all their royalties but in reality she’s pocketing their money. She weaves this sneaky web and people get tangled up in it and she thinks she can laugh all the way to the bank but watch out little spider karma is coming for you or better yet should I say a fly swatter.

  2. See stupid cunt your just pissed off becuz she’s smarter then you. HA HA Sucks to be you how does it feel to know she outsmarted you? Boy do you look stupid right now. Go enjoy being WRONG yet again and looking stupid you been PUT IN YOUR PLACE.

  3. Update:

    As of June, 2016, Tabetha Jones has no publishing companies in operation that we know about, so our investigation of her has been halted. The point of examining her in the first place was to advocate for authors that reported no royalties and other related abuse from her. If she’s not involved with publishing anymore, that job’s done.

    The posts about her remain in public view in case she starts a new one in the future.

    If more publishing concerns about Tabetha Jones (Willis, Farmer Hoover, Saulters, etc) – AKA Zooey Sweete, Emerald Rai Fleurs, et al – arise in the future, we will post relevant updates. But for now, we’re focusing on happier topics.

    Peace.

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