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Employment Taxes: A Look at Changing Enforcement Patterns >
March 20, 2017
By: James R. Malone, Jr.
Roughly seventy percent of the federal government's revenues come from employment taxes, including FICA and income taxes withheld from employees' wages. Consequently, threats to that source are taken quite seriously. All employers need to be aware of the significant changes in employment tax enforcement that have increased the risks faced by the non-compliant.
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Independent Contractor Misclassification Presents DOL/IRS Dual Threat >
September 9, 2015
By: Andrea M. Kirshenbaum
In a September 10 article for The Legal Intelligencer, Employment Principal Andrea M. Kirshenbaum and White Collar Principal Peter D. Hardy look at the Department of Labor's (DOL) recent interpretation of how the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) applies to the misclassification of independent contractors.
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A Grimm Reminder: “Routine” Employment Issues Can Lead to Serious (and Potentially Criminal) Headaches >
May 1, 2014
By: Andrea M. Kirshenbaum
The indictment of New York Rep. Michael Grimm on federal fraud and tax charges flowed partly from alleged wage and hour violations at his Manhattan restaurant. The case serves as an example of how an issue that might arise in a civil action can lead to criminal charges.
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