A federal judge on Friday sentenced Robert R. Sacco, the owner of a Dayton-based payroll company, to 6½ years in prison and ordered him to pay $26.7 million to the Internal Revenue Service.
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Dayton-based PaySource was a co-employment company — meaning it hired a client company’s employees, thus becoming their employer of record for tax and insurance purposes.
• Company began in Albany, N.Y., in 1993
• Employed 40 people
• Had as many as 190 client companies nationwide
• Annual revenues of $120 million