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Payroll and Employment Taxes In a Nutshell
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Past due Payroll taxes is IRS Priorty #1. The IRS always assigns a Revenue Officer to these cases and are currently increasing the number of Revenue Officers from 1192 to 4000. If that wasn’t enough, the IRS has determined sending Two Revenue Officers to visit you, or your business, is more effective than sending one. IRS is going to get a lot more aggressive….
As attorneys and Enrolled Agents, we are qualified to deal with payroll tax issues. We are licensed with oversight by the IRS and/or State Bar. This is important as it gives you recourse and a legitimate method to validate us as a source to handle your situation.
It is a common story. Your business runs short of cash and uses the payroll tax money to operate the comany. Starts out harmless with the intention to get caught up. More often it gets worse and can bury you.
Some things you should know about payroll taxes. The IRS can come after you or any ‘responsible party’ personally. You cannot discharge Payroll Taxes in bankruptcy. They can take enforcement action without notice, and they can ‘pierce’ the corporate veil without going to court.
We cannot emphasize enough the need to hire licensed professionals. If another company tells you they have attorneys on staff, ask to talk to them! Most tax resolution companies today are marketing companies who hire 3rd party licensed individuals only when needed.
The good news is there is always a remedy and we are very aggressive at defending your rights. Depending on your circumstance it is possible to reduce the amount of payroll tax owed by 50%, and in some cases eliminate it completely. At the very least we will implement a plan so you can keep your business operating.
We offer a FREE Consultation with an IRS Enrolled Agent or Attorney. CALL US and learn the difference Education, Experience and Integrity make.
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There are many lawyers/CPA’s who claim to be experts in payroll tax. Most are not! We have found most charge huge fees and don’t specialize in what you need-tax resolution. A tax lawyer is NOT a tax resolution expert in most cases.
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Dealing with a Revenue Officer on your own is like representing yourself at trial. Have you ever heard where that worked out?
If you are facing a Trust Fund Recovery Penalty hearing, or have received any of the following forms from the IRS?
IRS Form 4280
IRS Form 433B
IRS Form 4180
IRS Form 4183
Collection Due Process Notice
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Responsibility for mismanagement of payroll tax trust funds may be assigned to any individual who has signature authority over the funds or is deemed a ‘responsible party’. This includes CPAs, Payroll administrators, secretary’s, any officer, members, managers, members of the board. So, the IRS can go after these parties individually and the business does not shield you from collection. The IRS can ‘pierce’ the corporate veil without legal process!!
Responsibility for trust fund penalties cannot be discharged in bankruptcy. A company may go out of business, but the IRS will continue to pursue you. However, you personally have all the options available to you that a typical taxpayer has, but you need to know how to navigate the process.
We have solutions such as an Offer in Compromise (OIC), or other manageable options. We will represent you with the goal of reducing the impact of the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty Determination. We specialize in payroll tax delinquency and can work to keep your company open, or, reduce/eliminate your taxes if the company is closing.
CALL us at 844-999-0408.
More information on the Trust Fund Recovery Penalty Process and laws can be found here:
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Lance Herndon, J.D., CMA
Senior Case Manager-Intake Specialist
Mr. Herndon has spent 25 years in law, finance, taxation, tax resolution, debtor’s rights and regulatory compliance. Lance is a former attorney and member of numerous tax related organizations. He holds a J.D. (Law) degree from the University of Montana, a B.A. degree in Business Administration (with honors), and a Certified Managerial Accounting Accredidation. Lance has been a partner and principal in several companies. This skill set allows him to advise business clients on tax settlement and tax avoidance methodologies.
During the economic downturn, Lance worked on a Department of the Treasury program helping debtors retain their homes. Mr. Herndon has spent 25 years advocating for the consumer representing clients against corporate, government and special interests.
Extensively trained in tax resolution and IRS code, Lance possesses exception analytic skills and case analysis techniques that enable him to provide tax settlment strategies not typically identified.
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