The newest allegations against AccuPay, which are regularly echoed in payroll company lawsuits across the country, beg the question: Why did no one at the federal collections agency see red flags at AccuPay sooner?
Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski urged the Internal Revenue Service to quickly investigate the potential fraud at a Harford County payroll company and called for the agency to protect "honest small businesses" that might have had their payroll tax payments misdirected or delayed
Police are continuing to investigate whether Harford County payroll company AccuPay stole years of tax payments rather than sending them to tax collectors on behalf of clients, warning on Monday that hundreds of potential victims could emerge.
Days after the Obama administration threatened widespread furloughs one of Maryland's largest federal agencies, the Social Security Administration said it might shoulder the deep, across-the-board spending cuts of the sequester without sending any of its full-time employees home.
A Bel Air company that handled payroll taxes for many employers in the area is being sued by clients for allegedly stealing years of payments rather than sending them on to the tax collectors as required — leaving the companies on the hook.
Two companies are already out nearly $90,000 and more than $300,000, respectively, and those civil suits may be part of a larger investigation, and its wide-ranging effects, into the company in the 200 block of East Churchville Road that bills itself as "payroll specialists."
WASHINGTON -- Officials at the Woodlawn-based Social Security Administration informed employees they do not anticipate furloughs when across-the-board federal budget cuts go into effect, the union that represents many of those workers said Thursday.
Today, the IRS announced it conducted a 32-state sweep in recent weeks that targeted 389 identity theft suspects and led to 734 enforcement actions ¿ from complaints to indictments and arrests ¿ in January. It had help from the Department of Justice and U.S. Attorneys' offices.
Key to the Columbia Association's wholesale revision of its "People's Plan" for Symphony Woods is a proposed "Symphony Woods Trust," a non-stock corporation, which will apply for IRS designation as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. No matter how the IRS rules on this request, CA lien-payers lose. If it grants the 501(c)(3), Columbia lien-payers could not receive preferential access or reduced rates for admissions and rentals. If the IRS denies the 501(c)(3) status, CA lien-payers will be out
Robin McKinney is the director and co-founder of the Maryland Creating, Assets, Savings and Hope (CASH) Campaign, which provides free tax preparation for low- to moderate-income households in the state.