December 13, 2022
A staffing agency operator in Baltimore was sentenced on Monday to a few years in jail after not paying greater than $2 million in payroll taxes, based on the US Division of Justice. The operator may even should pay $3.4 million in restitution.
Jonas Purisch operated two staffing corporations — Titan Staffing Community Inc and Titan Companies LLC — and each equipped staff to manufacturing shoppers. Nevertheless, the Justice Division reported that whereas Purisch withheld funds from workers for taxes, he didn’t remit greater than $2 million in employment taxes between March 2018 and March 2021.
He pleaded responsible to the costs in October.
Purisch, as a part of a plea deal, may even pay roughly $3.4 million in restitution to the US, based on the division.
Purisch had a brush with the regulation beforehand, based on the division. In April 2013, he was convicted within the District of Maryland for submitting a false particular person revenue tax return and willful failure to file a tax return. He was sentenced to a few months in jail for these offenses.