39-51-1105. Liability for taxes, penalties, and interest owed. (1) The officer of a corporation whose responsibility it is to pay the taxes, penalties, and interest, as provided by 39-51-404, 39-51-1103(1) and (2), 39-51-1125(1), and 39-51-1301, is liable for the taxes, penalties, and interest due.
(2) (a) The department shall consider the officer of the corporation individually liable with the corporation for filing reports and unpaid taxes, penalties, and interest upon a determination that the corporate officer:
(i) possessed the responsibility to file reports and pay taxes on behalf of the corporation; and
(ii) possessed the responsibility on behalf of the corporation to direct the filing of reports or payment of other corporate obligations and exercised the responsibility that resulted in failure to file reports or pay taxes due.
(b) The department is not limited to considering the elements set forth in subsection (2)(a) to establish individual liability and may consider any other available information.
(3) The liability imposed upon an individual by this section remains unaffected by the bankruptcy of a business entity to which a discharge cannot be granted under 11 U.S.C. 727. The individual is liable for the unpaid amount of taxes, penalties, and interest.
(4) In the case of a limited liability company treated as a partnership pursuant to 39-51-207, the liability for unemployment insurance taxes, penalties, and interest owed extends jointly and severally to each member and to each manager, if any.
(5) In the case of a limited liability company that is not treated as a partnership pursuant to 39-51-207, liability for unemployment insurance taxes, penalties, and interest owed extends jointly and severally to the managers and members of the limited liability company.