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Failure to turn over collected, withheld tax, 54:52-15 November 27, 2009

Posted by jefhenninger in Crimes.
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Failure to turn over collected, withheld tax

NJSA 54:52-15

A person is guilty of a crime of the third degree if he, after having collected or withheld taxes as required by any State tax law, whether or not he is authorized, licensed, or registered to collect or withhold taxes, purposely fails to turn over the taxes to the Director of the Division of Taxation in the manner and at the time prescribed by law. The crime shall be of the second degree if the amount of the tax collected or withheld is $ 75,000.00 or more.

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