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Gambling, KS, Nonpayment - Anon

Posted: Aug 1st, 2019 - 11:57 am

Hello Ladies -

I haven't been on this board or MTDaily for years, but impulsively checked out both today, well MTStars as MTDaily seems to have disappeared.  

In reading through several posts, I thought I might be able to offer resolution to several of the issues you seem to be having.  I was a medical transcrptionist for almost two decades.  After the transition to VR and four paycuts, I had enough and went back to school.  I have a degree in business as well as tax accounting and am finishing up my qualifications to sit for the CPA exam.  I do not typically hand out free financial advice, but having been a part of this community for many years as well as a former employer of KS (also having not received my last paycheck) I am willing to make an exception.

If you suspect your employerr is committing fraud - not declaring gambling proceeds, inappropriately identifying employees as independent contractors to avoid payroll tax obligations, etc. you can go to the IRS's website and fill out a very simple form (3949A) to report this.  The link is below:


This will trigger an IRS audit - particularly if multiple complaints are filed.

Additionally, if the IRS recovers delinquent tax, fines, penalties the individual who reported the fraud is entitled to 30% of the proceeds.  

Furthermore, claiming deductions for payroll and/or payroll taxes but not paying the employee is *criminal* tax fraud, which carries very hefty fines and/or prison sentences.  


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