United States of America v. Wiley
||United States of America
||March 16, 2017
||US District Court for the District of Oregon
||Pendleton (2) Office
|Nature of Suit:
|Cause of Action:
||26:7402 IRS: Petition to Enforce IRS Summons
|Jury Demanded By:
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|October 17, 2017
ORDER: The Court ADOPTS Magistrate Judge Sullivan's Findings and Recommendation 17 . Accordingly, the Court GRANTS Plaintiff'sMotion 13 for Default Judgment and ENTERS the following permanent injunction: 1. Defendant is require d to make timely federal tax deposits according to federal deposit regulations of the Federal Unemployment Tax Act, Federal Insurance Contributions Act, and withholding tax liabilities; 2. Defendant is required to file timely all federal employment and unemployment tax returns (Forms 940 and 941); 3. Defendant is required to pay timely all tax liabilities due on each tax return; 4. Defendant is prohibited from paying other creditors or requesting the transfer of funds to Defendant directly or t o any third party before paying federal employment tax liabilities; 5. Defendant is prohibited from transferring any money or property to any entity or person for the purpose of having that entity or person pay the salaries or wages of Defendant's employees; and 6. Defendant is required to file monthly reports with the Internal Revenue Service attesting that all tax deposits have been made. Signed on 10/17/17 by Judge Anna J. Brown. (dsg)
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