Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) - The I-R-S is going after companies for unpaid taxes.
The companies were clients with the former payroll company Aeden Waterford.
The payroll company already withheld taxes from its clients...
But sent them a letter two weeks ago saying it did not pay the taxes to the I-R-S.
Today, some of the clients are repaying their taxes to the I-R-S while others will have to find ways to settle their debts.
"Two weeks ago I received a notice from Aeden Waterford saying they were ceasing operation and hence that's why I'm here today to settle up my debt with the IRS," said David Barton, owner of Maple Hills Golf Course.
"We're going to have to negotiate time payments in my case. Some people are able to pay their taxes in full, I am not. I'm going to have to negotiate with them as to how long of a time period it will take to pay it and how it will be handled," said Earl Eaton of NAPA Auto Parts.
A law firm and the I-R-S tell Action News the clients must cooperate with the I-R-S.
William Stiles, the owner of Aeden Waterford, and his attorneys have yet to return our calls.