Chandler businessman spent $7.3M in employees' tax withholdings on cars, homes and travel
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A Chandler businessman who handled payroll for small companies has pleaded guilty to taking $7.3 million that was supposed to go to his clients' Social Security, Medicare and federal income-tax payments, according to a plea agreement reached with the U.S. Attorney's Office.
William Dorsey, 55, began taking the money in 2011 while at the head of Pinnacle Employee Group, a human-resources outsourcing firm, the agreement stated. He also ran the scheme through Pinnacle... read more
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