Milwaukee Business Owner Indicted For Failing To Pay $1.6 Million In Payroll Taxes

coronavirus covid 19 global cases A Milwaukee woman, Susan Wenszell, age 57, has been charged in an indictment with failing to pay over payroll taxes withheld from the wages of employees of a business, J. Wenszell Enterprises Inc., she and her husband operated in Milwaukee.

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free casino games for fun Each of the offenses with which Ms. Wenszell is charged carries a maximum possible penalty of up to 5 years in prison and a fine of up to $250,000, or both.