Saturday, October 24, 2020

Getting Away with Nothing

An employer is required to submit payroll taxes for each employee. If they hold money from an employee's paycheck, but don't pay the correct portion to the government, payroll fraud occurs. An article published by WKBN.com reports that the owners of a...

A Little Off the Top

Payroll processing can be overwhelming for businesses that don't have the staff or the accounting knowledge needed to complete the task. Fortunately, there are companies that can help eliminate the challenges of payroll processing. An article published in the Kansas City Business Journal tells...

Making A Statement

People have been known to do some crazy things to get their point across. An article published in The Denver Post tells what happened to three Colorado Springs residents who stated they were only trying to make a political point by filing false documents...

The Taxman Cometh

Listen to this Story There are a variety of reasons why an employer may not pay employment taxes. One may be that the company uses the government as a bank and borrows the money with the intention of paying...

Alert to Looted Treasures

Listen to this Story Antiquities dealers who sell exotic works often acquire them from other countries. Collectors can write off the value of paintings that they donate to museums on their taxes. But what happens when dealers smuggle stolen...

Sole Responsibility

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) issues an annual list called the ''Dirty Dozen,'' which details the top 12 tax scams that taxpayers need to know about. The agency's goal is to educate and prevent honest taxpayers from falling victim to any of these illegal...

A Piece of the Pizza Pie

No matter how you slice it, pizza is one of America's favorite meals. It's easy to make a phone call to a pizza delivery service or bake a frozen pizza pie when time is short. And let's not forget that a cold piece of...

Schemers are Dreamers

The primary function of the Internal Revenue Service's (IRS) Scheme Development Center (SDC) is to detect suspicious criminal activity involving tax and related financial investigations and to assemble information on the suspected individuals and entities involved. (One of their responsibilities is to investigate tax...

Executive Decision

There are times when an executive decision must be made. (The head honcho is often required to make tough decisions to ensure an organization survives and meets its mission.) A press release published by the Department of Justice tells the story of a corporate...

Gambling with Other People’s Money

Las Vegas is widely known for some of the world's most luxurious casinos and hotels, drive-through wedding chapels, celebrity performances and the chance to engage in excessive indulgence. (I'm sure you've heard the adage that 'what happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.') An article...
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