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Posts Tagged: payroll
It’s been a long while since I posted anything. I read daily though. I recently changed jobs. I’m doing Education and Outreach for various federal, state and local gov’t entities, including Indian Tribal gov’ts at the IRS. Mostly payroll and tax-exempt bonds issues. Huge learning curve. I’d like to get back into the game. IRead… Read more »
Celebrate your paychecks and salute the people who make it happen! National Payroll Week — September 6-10, 2010 National Payroll Week celebrates the hard work by America’s 156 million wage earners and the payroll professionals who pay them. Together, through the payroll withholding system, they contribute, collect, report and deposit approximately $1.7 trillion, or 71.9%,Read… Read more »
The Internal Revenue Service is not a lender of last resort. By not paying taxes, you are ultimately borrowing from the Government, at extremely costly rates. The addition of compounding interest and penalties will make a bad situation much worse. Any unpaid taxes due will garner a daily interest rate, plus a monthly 5% penaltyRead… Read more »