Odyssey Struggles to Pay Tax Debt


Odyssey Dance Theater (ODT) is encumbered with more than $700,000 in back taxes, interests and penalties since the mid-2000s. This was partially due to confusion over ODT’s tax number and misleading tax advice received by the dance company, which has since been corrected, according to ODT artistic director, Derryl Yeager.

Earlier this year, the dance company paid $247,000 to the IRS as settlement which the company hopes will be accepted by the IRS. Now begins the waiting as such a response from the IRS could take anywhere from two months to two years.

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