Answered on Jun 13th, 2012 at 8:38 PM
If you want to pursue this, you must not sit back as everything has a statute of limitations, and you don't want yours to run out. Contact an employment lawyer to discuss pursuing your former employer for taxes not paid.
If the taxes do get paid, then you will be entitled to a new determination of your monthly benefit.
One other thing ... if the employer didn't pay the tax, neither did you. When the employer does, you may have a balance due for taxes. This is an area of law that I am not an expert, but a question in which you need a lawyer's help.
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