Detroit Businessman Caught on Federal Tax Evasion Charges

Marc Bruce, president and owner of the former MDB1 Inc. in Lincoln Park, is heading to court with four counts of tax evasion and one of corrupt or forcible interference with internal revenue laws. The IRS and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Detroit say Marc Bruce failed to pay $244,000 on a cumulative income of $890,000 from 2001 to 2004. Federal officials contend Bruce willfully avoided tax payments and tried to conceal his income, and that he impeded the IRS by not paying taxes that were due when he transferred business operations to another company. Included with all these charges, he is being accused of using a business-cash concealment scheme by transferring assets to other parties.

Tax evasion is a serious matter and one that will catch with you in the long run. Do not fall behind on your tax payments or try to get some change through the cracks of your business or corporation.


Attorney Ralph Behr is 1 of only 14 attorneys in Broward County who is board certified as an arbitrator for the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA). He knows the ins and outs of tax law and how they relate to the business sector as well as criminal law area. Call today to make an appointment and go over the details of your case as well as how you should take your next step. Located in Fort Lauderdale, Attorney Behr handles all federal cases and can make an appearance for you in all the local federal courts from Palm Beach to Broward to Miami-Dade.