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South Carolina imposes a number of civil tax penalties that are similar to those imposed under the Internal Revenue Code (the “Code”).  South Carolina’s civil tax penalties, while similar in some respects, are not the same as the Code’s civil penalties.    The following is a summary of South Carolina’s civil tax penalties:

1. Failure to file (late filing) – 5% of the amount due is levied per month or fraction thereof, up to 25%.

2. Failure to pay (late payment) – 0.5% of the amount due is levied per month or fraction thereof, up to 25%

3. Negligence or disregard – 5% of the ...

A recent case reminds us that people need to be careful when dealing with their retirement plans, particularly if those accounts are used as investment vehicles to fund business activities relating to the plan participant or owner of an IRA or 410(k) plan account. Although for many people their IRA or 401(k) account may appear to be a ready source of capital for launching a second career or finally moving that business out of the garage, if investments involving these accounts are not carefully and thoughtfully structured, adverse income tax consequences and other losses can occur.

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