Synopsis by Kristie Hassen
Allen Mills is a naive accountant from Cleveland who buys the Hollywood Tax Service from Lionel Goldberg before thoroughly investigating the various aspects of the business, let alone even seeing it. When he actually goes to take over his new business, he finds he got more than he bargained for. Business client Tagasaki submits his books detailing the accounts of his cookie business--and then realizes he mistakenly submitted records of his cocaine-smuggling business instead. Before Mills can take action, the books are stolen back and a contract is taken out on him. Among the ensuing action, cocaine-filled fortune cookies turn out to be the evidence needed to catch Tagasaki, who desperately tries to thwart the authorities.
accounting, bookie, business, con/scam, drugs, prostitute/prostitution, smuggling, taxes