PRN Funding’s president, Phil Cohen, has given unsolicited advice and presentations on the importance of nurse staffing companies paying their payroll taxes. Even going so far as to point out that payroll and taxes are a nurse staffing business owners two biggest obligations, and they are obligations that will NEVER go away.
Another fellow factoring blogger warns about the complications of not paying payroll taxes in the post: Payroll Taxes Must be Paid. The blogger states specifically: “Unpaid payroll taxes are a liability that goes beyond the corporation and sticks directly to the business owner personally.”
The bottom line, don’t mess around with not paying your payroll taxes because when the IRS finds out, and they will find out eventually, your temporary nurse staffing business and you, personally, will pay.