Corporate Tax Returns Lawyer Protecting Officers From Personal Liability

Under Section 205.27 of Michigan Compiled Laws, the Michigan Department of Treasury has the authority to determine whether a corporate officer, manager or investing partner should share personal liability for taxes owed by the corporate entity.

Subsection 5 reads, in part:

"If a corporation, limited liability company, limited liability partnership, partnership or a limited partnership liable for taxes administered under this act fails for any reason to file the required returns or to pay the tax due, any of its officers, members, managers, or partners who the department determines, based on either an audit or an investigation, have control or supervision of, or responsibility for, making the returns or payments is personally liable for the failure."

In the course of the investigation to determine officer liability, it may also be determined that charges of criminal tax fraud may be brought against particular persons under investigation.

If you are a corporate officer, executive or shareholder under investigation for state tax fraud or irregularities that may imply personal liability, contact the Law Offices of Angelique M. Neal, PLC, in Brighton as soon as possible. Attorney Angelique M. Neal is an experienced tax law attorney who understands the need for finding a quick, confidential resolution as cost-effectively as possible. She will work aggressively to protect you from personal liability and defend your future in the event criminal tax fraud charges may be pending.

Experienced Michigan Corporate Tax Defense Lawyer

From offices in Brighton, Michigan, tax lawyer Angelique M. Neal represents clients throughout the state, the Midwest and the United States. Wherever you are, call toll free 888-351-8395 or contact the firm by e-mail to arrange a consultation with an experienced Michigan corporate officer liability lawyer.