Tuesday, October 08, 2013

Hawkins County IRS
The shutdown of the federal government has led to a stalemate for Hawkins County Board of Education on their appeal to an IRS fine imposed for failure of a former finance director that failed to send withholdings for the IRS on at least two occasions. The government shutdown means there is no one working that can assist in the appeal. The school system was fined 166-thousand dollars which they are appealing saying the former director had no ill intentions when he made this mistake twice in the year 2013. (CC)

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