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May 16, 2017

Posted  May 16, 2017

A federal court in McAllen, Texas ordered Idalia Padron and Nino’s Home Care Inc. to timely file the business’s federal employment and unemployment tax returns as they become due and pay in full the reported amounts due. The court also entered a money judgment against Nino’s Home Care for more than $2.7 million, which represents its past unpaid employment taxes. The complaint filed by the government against Padron and Nino’s Home Care alleged that Padron of Edinburg, Texas, operates Nino’s Home Care, a home health care service provider located at 121 W. Samano Street in Edinburg, and that Nino’s Home Care failed to pay its employment taxes for 20 tax quarters between 2005 and 2016. The complaint also alleged that Padron paid herself more than $100,000 in salary in 2015, a year in which Nino’s Home Care failed to pay over to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) more than $850,000 in employment taxes. DOJ

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