willful neglect


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Synonyms for willful neglect

a tendency to be negligent and uncaring

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For a violation of willful neglect that was not correctly addressed within the required time frame, the civil penalty could be $50,000 to $1.
Finally, the court held that the estate's conscious decision that it would be better to file a late return rather than a timely estimated return constituted willful neglect.
The penalty for a violation due to willful neglect is $10,000 for each such violation, subject to a cap for all such violations of an identical requirement during a calendar year of $250,000-if the violation was corrected within 30 days.
In addition, if A establishes sufficient facts to prove that the failure to provide the information was due to reasonable cause and not willful neglect, the penalty will need to be abated for each instance for which she establishes reasonable cause; see Sec.
The willful neglect of the elderly who are considered expendable when their finances are depleted, denotes a descent into a world where politicians and businessmen know the price of everything but the value of nothing.
Head teacher David Watts and his deputy were subsequently charged with willful neglect of children in their care, but the trial collapsed.
government needs to get over this period of willful neglect of the space program.
Under prior law, the penalty could be abated when it was determined that the failure to pay the tax was due to reasonable cause and not due to willful neglect.
Local tax collectors have the authority to cancel the delinquent penalties on property taxes upon a determination that the failure to make a timely payment is due to a reasonable cause and circumstances beyond the taxpayer's control, and occurred notwithstanding the exercise of ordinary care in the absence of willful neglect.
Two men, aged 27 and 72, and a 42-year-old woman, all from Rhondda, were yesterday arrested on suspicion of the willful neglect of a vulnerable adult and perverting the course of justice.
The woman, who is pregnant again and cannot be identified to protect her son, pleaded guilty to inflicting grievous bodily harm and willful neglect of her child between 1 December 2003 and 8 January 2004.
An employer that fails to file FICA or FUTA tax returns, or to deposit or pay the FICA or FUTA tax liability shown on the returns, is subject to a mandatory penalty, unless it shows that the failure was due to reasonable cause and not willful neglect, under Secs.
But it all came to an abrupt halt when she was jailed for the willful neglect of an elderly patient in her care.
The Tax Court retained the penalty due to the taxpayer's willful neglect and noted that the reasonable cause requirement was not met.
Section 6724 sets forth rules for the non-imposition of penalties where a failure is due to reasonable cause and not to willful neglect.