September 5, 2016

Understanding How a Business Owner or Bookkeeper Can Face the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty for Payroll Tax Obligation Failures

Owning and running a business is part of the American dream. However, while running a business provides certain benefits to the owner or operator, there are […]
August 22, 2016

Boston Cab Tycoon Pleads Guilty to Payroll Tax Fraud after Federal Raid

Edward J. Tutunjian, 66, of Belmont, Massachusetts, recently pleaded guilty to payroll tax fraud, along with a slew of other charges relating to the operation of […]
January 25, 2016
Contractor or Employee

IRS & DOL Definitions of Independent Contractor Are Not in Agreement

For quite some time a trend has existed in which business owners and employers have attempted to move employees off of the company payroll and reclassify […]
January 5, 2016
newport beach tax evasion

Business Owner Charged With Tax Fraud and Workers Compensation Evasion

One of the most fundamental aspects of the “American Dream” is the ability to create and grow a business from the ground up. Many entrepreneurs endeavor […]
December 24, 2015
Payroll tax compliance

Payroll Tax Early Interaction Initiative to Assist Employer Compliance

Payroll, or trust fund, taxes are deducted from an employee’s paycheck. These funds are an important source of government revenue making up more than two-thirds of […]
November 9, 2015
tobacco tax

Berlin Businessman Enters Guilty Plea Over $16 million in Unpaid Taxes

Business owners are still facing a rather difficult economic climate. While the U.S. economy has recovered since the low point of the Great Recession, in many […]