Posts from April 2015.

South Carolina employers are required to withhold income taxes from employee wages, and to pay these withheld taxes to the South Carolina Department of Revenue (DOR).  South Carolina businesses are also required to pay sales taxes to DOR on sales of goods to their customers, and the business can collect the sales tax from the customer.  When an employer or business fails to pay employee tax withholdings or collected sales taxes to DOR, individual(s) associated with the business may be held personally liable for these unpaid taxes as a "responsible party".  These responsible party taxes ...

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