Earlier this year I began writing a column for the Wisconsin Law Journal to address various tax issues that affect other areas of the law. In my most recent column, I discuss a sometimes unexpected result when a business fails to pay its employment or sales taxes.
When anyone that is responsible for making sure that employment or sales taxes are paid fails to do so, that person can be held personally liable for the tax. This is true whether that person is an owner, officer or employee. To learn more you can check out the article. “Limited Liability? Not So Fast”