I'm pretty good at predicting legal outcomes, and I would really like to try to help you, if at all possible. I'm uncertain why you have rated my services as "poor" and I would appreciate an explanation, if nothing else.
I am an excellent accountant (CPA) from many years experience. I run payroll and pay 941 online (due weekly, weekly payroll) I have schedules that show taxes due (there so many) accurate to the penny. I show this to the owner weekly also. 11 employees. I file everything on time. The main reason he doesn't deposit taxes is because there is no money. I know exactly what is going on because I prepare the work, but I have no way to pay anything. I need to determine if my career, welfare and life is at risk to the point to where I need to leave, somehow. I don't think time is on my side here.
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