Neill & Schwerin to Present on Employment Tax for Missouri Bar Webinar

On April 9, 2019, Sara G. Neill and Michelle F. Schwerin will present a Missouri Bar webinar entitled “Employment Tax: Your Client’s Legal Obligations and the Risks of Noncompliance.” The webinar will address employment tax-related obligations of clients and provide strategies to identify and resolve employment tax-related issues.

Employment Tax: Your Client’s Legal Obligations and the Risks of Noncompliance

Discussion Topics Include:

  • An employer’s employment tax-related legal obligations including properly distinguishing between employees and independent contractors, recordkeeping requirements, and tax filing, withholding and remitting;
  • The risks of noncompliance, including significant civil penalties to the employer and its owners and officers and criminal prosecution;
  • The Internal Revenue Service and Department of Justice’s recent initiatives to reduce the employment tax gap; and
  • Strategies in representing noncompliant employers both before and after the government shows up.

For more information, visit: 2019 Employment Tax: Your Client’s Legal Obligations & the Risks of Noncompliance

Sara G. Neill

Sara represents clients in criminal tax investigations and prosecutions. In addition, she handles federal tax audits, administrative appeals and tax litigation. Sara has significant experience defending tax practitioners in audits, investigations, and matters involving the IRS Office of Professional Responsibility and State licensing boards.

Michelle F. Schwerin

Michelle F. Schwerin represents individuals and businesses in a variety of white collar and civil and criminal tax matters, including tax liability disputes, innocent spouse claims, claims for penalty abatement, refund claims and litigation, preparer and promoter penalty investigations and tax collection matters.

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