Few details available in HR Comp raid
|By Josh Flory, The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Tenn.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
On Thursday, agents from the
The action marked the second time in less than two years that the government has raided a local PEO. A company called
In the ensuing months, no details have been released about the raid targeting
That organization verifies a PEO's financial solvency and ensures that PEO financial activities are backed by
"The thing about accreditation with the ESAC is it is a very, very transparent process," Lyons said. "Any PEO who does not want to subject themselves to that kind of rigorous financial oversight simply chooses not to participate."
In 2012, company CEO
After the ceremonial signing, email messages surfaced revealing that the Balls had hired Ingram to help their companies deal with state government.
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