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Arizona — State ex rel. Arizona Department of Revenue v. Tunberg, No. 1 CA-TX 18-0008, decided April 21, 2020. The Arizona Court of Appeals held that the member/CEO of an LLC could be held personally liable for the LLC’s unpaid transaction privilege tax where he had assumed a duty to remit what the LLC had collected from customers. The court pointed out that the member knew the CFO had stopped paying the taxes and although he had the power and authority to delegate the task to someone else he failed to do so.