PAYROLL TAX REPRESENTATION
If you own a business and you have failed to pay payroll taxes or file payroll tax returns, the IRS may levy assets of the business and may even shut down your business.
Regardless of whether of not the business is closed, still in operation or files for bankruptcy protection, the IRS will still have the legal capacity to collect the back taxes owed according to the IRS Code Section 6672.
Individual(s) responsible to collect trust funds will be held responsible for the unpaid payroll liabilities.
Please refer to Trust Fund Recovery Penalty for further details because you may be subjected to it.
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Did you know? If you are experiencing serious tax problems such as a tax lien, a salary garnishment or have received an audit notice, things can get extremely complicated. If you don't know intricate tax laws, you could end up paying more than you really owe.
The longer you wait to address your tax issues, the higher your penalties will go. To schedule a free consultation, call us at 1-800-711-9123 or fill out the form on this page and one of our tax professionals will contact you immediately.