What are Corporate Tax Penalties?
Corporate tax penalty refers to the punitive tax applied on a local or federal level for deterring non-compliance, including underpayment of income tax, filing income tax return past the due date, and failing to file a tax return. In the USA, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has the primary responsibility of issuing corporate tax penalties at the federal level (“Publication 542-Main” 2011). State and local rules related to corporate tax penalties, however, vary, and those are executed by the state and local governing authorities.
Purpose and Scope
The purpose of tax penalty is to make sure that Continue reading...