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Can an employer terminate the services of an employee with a backdated termination letter, without reason? If not, how can one counter the same with an employer?

This would probably be a violation of several labor laws, as well as a clear attempt at tax fraud.Not the firing; how it was being attempted.The company cannot fire you and then have you on their payroll AFTER you were supposedly fired. You are either employed or you are not, and until they have terminated you, they are responsible for your compensation and any local, state and federal wage withholding taxes that have been accrued. They are also responsible for any unemployment funds that they are supposed to remit to the state. And their tax documentation must be valid and not an attempt to defraud you, the employee, or the relevant tax authorities.To attempt backdate a firing, they would have willing risk issuing fraudulent tax and employment documentation, they would have to lie to legal authorities if they were questioned about the matter and they would have to commit one or more acts of mail fraud by mailing out phony documentation. Unless they are ready and willing to commit multiple felonies for a negligible amount of money (the weeks wages owed to you) then this “backdating” idea is a bluff and nothing more.You are fired; that much is true.However, if they are attempting to do so by committing multiple fraudulent acts, then they are opening themselves for criminal prosecution as well as civil penalties from the applicable government organization, You could also sue them, although that would be the LEAST of their worries as for someone to think that this would be a good idea means that they hav done it before and could be construed as being a conspiracy or even enterprise corruption according to state and federal laws.I would contact an attorney and explain your situation to that person. They should provide with the advice as to what you need to do going forward.

What is craziest thing someone has tried to write off on their taxes?

When I worked in accountancy and tax there were lots of common things. The fun thing was that when they had been lying or been given bad advice for years. Once they had been given actual tax rules they would be unhappy about it and often threaten to leave to go to another accountancy firm as it substantially increased their taxes and they had been underpaying for years.I remember one person who had claimed all sorts of things his current tax return was prepared properly leading to a large income tax liability. He complained to my boss, my boss complained to me. I went over the numbers with my boss and it was all correct. The client then sent us a termination letter no longer requiring our services.2 years later he came back and Inland Revenue (it is now HMRC UK IRS) had put an extraordinary tax investigation on him normally they can go back 6 years but in this case they went to whole hog and went 20 years. He tried to blame us for giving him bad advice, except we had kept minutes of the meeting and we also had a video recording of the meeting.He went to Inland Revenue and tried to blame it on us. I had to go see Robert the chief tax inspector to defend our firm.Anyway what are some common things?People were allowed (changed in 2016) to claim mortgage INTEREST as a business expense. A LOT of people would charge both INTEREST and CAPITAL as a business expense.Household goods - toothpaste, toilet paper etc home phone bills not related at all to their business.Meals out with family as business meetings.What are some crazy thingsSeveral clients tried to claim visits to prostitutes as therapy. This was not allowed. In the UK health supplements and even clothing for exotic dancers isn’t allowed. The strange thing is Mr S one of the partners of the firm I worked for did the accounts for several prostitutes. They were listed as alternative therapists.Out of pocket expenses - Other. Hmm this guy has £25 of sundry and other every other day in his accounts. We ask the secretary to make an enquiry. Oh that’s my heroin… what ? Well that’s for personal use it’s not a business expense. Plus you will need receipts to make these kinds of charges. His local dealer didn’t provide receipts.Phantom employees - Usually their sons and daughters. Ah this person is a cleaner. I give them £x a week. Yet at the same time don’t put them through payroll.

During a course of audit, we discovered that one of our employees submitted fraudulent documents for the H-1B visa. Are we, as an employer, obligated to report? If so, what is the best method, write to the USCIS or email them? How?

Is this person still under your payroll (or are you paying to another company for his/her services) ? If so, you need to terminate that relationship. If this is your direct recruit, i.e., not 3rd party companies in between, you need to terminate the employment and provide this person a letter of explanation, regarding why the termination happened. And notify USCIS about the situation. google “USCIS H-1B fraud reporting” and go to the link on top to see how you can handle this situation and avoid getting penalized.Combating Fraud and Abuse in the H-1B Visa Program ←this linkIf a third party “consulting” company is in the picture, notify them to stop sending this person to your premises and report the incident to USCIS, using the same page mentioned above.

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