Though it might be tempting to try and cut corners to save money on taxes, “don’t do it,” says one Florida-based man, who received 15 years in federal prison for stealing hundreds of thousands of dollars from the government.

Read: CRA cracks down on tax evasion

He adds there’s too much information online, which makes it easy to commit fraud, reports The Tampa Tribune. Read more.

So if you cheat the tax man, you’ll likely get caught. Even Shakespeare wasn’t above the law, and fans will be shocked to learn he was pursued for tax evasion.

As this year’s deadline winds down, prepare clients for next year by teaching them legitimate ways to save on taxes. Here are some articles to help.

15 tax credits for Canadians

4 ways to save cross border tax

Sell a business and reduce taxes

It’s not too late for tax tips

6 ways to trim a tax bill

5 tips for filing taxes online

Qualifying for the first-time homebuyers tax credit

Get U.S. clients ready for tax season