Florida Cases of Underreporting of Payroll
Attorney Assists Clients Accused of Underreporting Payroll
It is against the law to underreport payroll to the government and workers'
compensation insurance companies. Attempting to underreport payroll to
lessen a tax burden or workers' compensation premium can have serious
consequences. Some underreporting is unintentional and due to accounting
or computer errors. An employer aware of underreporting of payroll activities
or accused or underreporting payroll should seek immediate legal advice
and contact a Florida employment defense lawyer with the experience to
defend employers in all types of employment issues.
The attorneys with Cristal | Hanenian, Attorneys at Law provide professional
assistance and legal representation to employers facing legal issues that
involve underreporting of payroll. They have the knowledge and skill necessary
to provide effective defense for employers with problems of under reporting
of payroll and other issues in the workplace.
Underreporting of Payroll and Penalties
An employer who is underreporting payroll opens up the door to civil actions
and penalties or criminal accusations of fraud. Penalties can include
a criminal conviction with personal fines, loss of a business, workers'
compensation surcharge, and other penalties that accompany the underreporting
of payroll. It is important to have legal representation from the defense
attorneys of Cristal | Hanenian, Attorneys at Law. They are skilled and
knowledgeable in all aspects of the law concerning labor law. They protect
small business, municipal, insurance company and large corporate clients
from the intrusive actions of governments and other agencies. The group
represents employers and businesses through all phases of underreporting
of payroll cases. They can protect the interests and freedoms of employers
during audits and hearings, as well as other formal actions required.
The government and insurance companies can be intimidating to employers.
Cases can be complex and confusing and require the experience of a defense
attorney to reach a favorable conclusion. The effects of an underreporting
of payroll case can be extensive and costly in terms of lost production
and lost profits. Seek legal advice from a law group that understands
the difficulties that businesses have when the government and workers'
compensation seems over regulated and intrusive. Make an appointment today
for a consultation with an experienced defense attorney when accused of
Contact a Florida underreporting of payroll attorney
for legal advice regarding underreporting of payroll.