An Atlantic City man admitted to cooking the books for a rolling chair company he works for in Atlantic City. Abdus Mian, 66, faces up to five years in jails after admitting to keeping a second financial book to lie about income to the IRS. Mian worked for Royal Rolling Chairs LLC, and lied to federal agents who interviewed him in 2011 about keeping separate financial records. Mian eventually told the truth and will be sentenced on July 29. William Boland, of Ventnor and owner of the company, plead guilty in November and will be sentenced on July 14.