Texas Doctor Fights $4.3M IRS Fine Over Withholding Issues
By Natalie Olivo (December 9, 2016, 9:33 PM EST) -- The founder of a medical services provider asked a Texas federal judge on Friday to reconsider a $4.3 million tax judgment against him, arguing that he should only have to pay $100,000, the available funds he withheld from the Internal Revenue Service upon learning of his company's tax liabilities.
Robert L. McClendon urged U.S. District Judge Lee H. Rosenthal to reconsider her November order granting summary judgment to the IRS and leaving him on the hook for $4,323,343.70 in tax penalties, which the government had assessed after it was revealed that McClendon's medical practice owed over $10 million in unpaid payroll...
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