Kelly Phillips Erb, tax blogger for Forbes and practicing tax attorney, posts everything that Raisha Wilson of Tampa Florida did wrong as she earned a 21 year prison sentence (and 3 million dollars of restitution) in her recent post.

How To Stay Out Of Jail: Lessons Learned From The ‘Queen Of IRS Tax Fraud’

Some comments of note include:

“… Don’t talk about it on facebook.”  Wilson posed with money, commenting:

I’m Rashia, the queen of IRS tax fraud. … I’m a millionaire for the record. So if you think that indicting me will be easy, it won’t. I promise you. I won’t do no time, dumb b——.

If you do steal, and you talk about it, and you do it on Facebook, don’t use your real name in order to taunt the IRS. Or the police.  The ‘Queen of Tax Fraud’ also tweeted

“I’M RASHIA, THE QUEEN OF IRS TAX FRAUD… I’m a millionaire for the record, so if U think indicting me will B easy it won’t, I promise you! U need more than black and white to hold me down N that’s to da rat who went N told, as if 1st lady don’t have da TPD under her spell. I run Tampa right now.”

Of course, our recommendation is that you simply don’t commit tax fraud in the first place.  Ms. Rashia will have 21 years to determine what a straight life might look like.