Raleigh, N.C. (March 26, 2004) -- The North Carolina Employment Security Commission has subpoenaed Deloitte & Touche as part of an investigation into whether the firm helped any of its clients avoid paying their share of unemployment taxes to the state.
"We're asking them for information that will help us determine whether Deloitte & Touche helped any of their clients break the law by SUTA dumping in North Carolina," Andrew James, director of public information for the ESC, told WebCPA. "We were given information that led us to Deloitte and to ask questions."
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