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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We all know the classic Seinfeld character the Soup Nazi for his agressive soup rules and his catch phrase, "No soup for you!" But, did you know he was based on a real person and soup shop in NYC? The owner, Al Yeganeh, became an unwilling star...

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Yet another small business owner, this one specializing in installing audio systems for churches and corporations, is facing 15 months of jail time for bad decision making. The North Carolina man witheld employment taxes from his staff, but used...

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A husband and wife, Michael Taylor, 48, and his wife, Jeanette, 44, who own a construction business in West Virginia are each facing two years of jail time for failing to pay employment taxes. They withheld over one million dollars, which they used...

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The U.S. Department of Justice recently published news of an indictment, charging the owners of sixteen adult foster care homes located throughout Michigan with 60 counts of failing to account for and pay over employment taxes. The full press release

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The U.S. Department of Justice has announced that two West Virginia business owners plead guilty to federal employment tax charges for  failing to pay employment taxes.  The full press release details how the construction company owners got... Read More

The on-demand economy is growing, as people seek faster ways to get the services they want at affordable prices. But workers in the booming industry sometimes struggle with making sense of their tax status, and perhaps more important, getting taxes...

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The United States Department of Justice reports that a grand jury in Cedar Rapids, Iowa returned an indictment on Jan. 21, charging two Iowa businessmen with federal employment tax violations.

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