Employment tax fraud was a poor prescription for a Virginia business owner.

 

Virginia resident, Jerry Harper, Jr., is a pharmacist who owns five pharmacies in the Western District of Virginia.  By combining accounting practices for his five...

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The former Chief Financial Officer of an Austin, Texas based company pleaded guilty today to willfully failing to pay over employment taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Herzer was the CFO of AXO Staff Leasing from 2010 to 2016. He handled...

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Payroll taxes are a hard and fast responsibility of those who employ others.  For two C-Suite execs, their desire to conceal a business downturn got the better of their common and fiduciary sense.

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They say a cobbler's children has no shoes and a contractor's house is always under construction. In this case, a CPA didn't file his taxes. But, the difference between these is that in the case of the CPA, that failure to execute his profession for...

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A taxi cab company owner is hailing a ride to the big house for nearly $400k in unpaid  employment taxes. 

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Using their internet floral business, a Pennsylvania couple engaged in multiple forms of tax fraud that will land them in prison.

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The former CEO and VP of Finance for a Virginia-based software company conspired in an attempt to defraud the government of nearly $2 Million in employment tax withholdings. While they under reported income, they also shortchanged employee...

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For someone whose business is finding people jobs, this businessman didn't do too well keeping his own job. A Tennessee business operator of a temporary staffing company was convicted of conspiring to defraud the United States, failing to pay over...

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Federal law enforcement authorities have increasingly intensified their focus on corporate misfeasance and white collar crime involving large companies.  This focus has raised the stakes for directors and officers of businesses of various sizes...

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Technology has untethered many from cubicals under florescent lights. For a business who mistakenly classifies a remote worker as an independent contractor, the liability can be significant.

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