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About Highland Tax Group, Inc. Your Denver Tax Resolution Specialists

About HTG Highland Tax Group, Inc. was founded with the intention of helping others with their IRS tax problem or IRS tax audit. We have helped many clients resolve their IRS tax issues so they can get back to living their lives with a sense of peace, harmony, and security.  We offer Tax Resolution Services, […]

HTG Featured in Business Insider Article

Our very own Mike Wallen was recently interviewed by Business Insider for an article concerning the SBA Payment Protection Program and the application process. Thank you Business Insider and Julie Peck for featuring Mike in your article. Mike Wallen, of Highland Tax Resolution, a two-man shop in Denver, Colorado, managed to get his firm’s information submitted for […]

IRS Unveils “People First Initiative” During Coronavirus Pandemic

On March 25, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) launched a new “People First Initiative,” a series of steps the department is taking to provide taxpayer relief during the coronavirus pandemic. This unprecedented move aims to help small businesses and individuals navigate the uncharted territory we’re experiencing is a series of steps that include extending the […]

HTG’s Mike J. Wallen, EA is a Published Author!

We’re very pleased and grateful to announce, Mike J. Wallen, President, and Founder is a published author! Mike had the opportunity to co-author a book with several other talented business owners this past year, all of which offer insights to growth, leadership, management, managing employees, sales and cash flow, and other business topics. He discusses […]

What’s Next: IRS Help as Coronavirus Virus Crisis Grows

The coronavirus pandemic has sparked action by the US government as it tries to curtail the damage to the economy. As economies around the world take a hit from the global crisis, some countries are responding with sweeping tax changes for this year while others are hardly acknowledging the crisis. Here in the US, the […]

UPDATE: IRS Unveils New People First Initiative

We hope you’re doing well and staying safe during the quarantine measures we’ve been asked to implement. Remember, getting plenty of fresh air, sun, good food, and sleep are crucial to staying healthy. Oh, don’t forget to brush your teeth, floss, and use mouthwash (you’re welcome dentists!). Keeping a clean and healthy mouth is always […]

Steps the IRS is Taking During the Coronavirus Crisis: Small Businesses

The coronavirus pandemic is sending shock waves through the US economy, leaving taxpayers with many questions—especially as we approach traditional tax time. In response to the rapidly evolving crisis over the coronavirus, the IRS has created a website to help taxpayers and small business owners navigate uncertain times. Businesses with fewer than 500 employees can […]

How Will the Coronavirus Impact Business and Personal Tax Filing?

With the coronavirus spreading unimpeded through the United States from Florida to California, we’re all dogged by questions. How will this affect the economy? Our retirement? Our businesses? And, given the timing of the coronavirus outbreak, it’s worth asking another question. How will it affect tax season? When to File This date has been a […]

How to Calendar Your Business Taxes So You Aren’t Caught Off Guard By Payroll Taxes (Or Penalties)

As a small business owner, missed tax deadlines are one of your greatest nightmares. Careful scheduling can ensure that you meet all deadlines, but even the most conscientious business owner may struggle to keep so many dates and requirements straight. Follow these simple steps to keep payroll tax problems to a minimum: Check the IRS […]

How Business Cash Flow Problems Cause IRS Problems

Cash flow struggles lie at the heart of operations for many small and midsize businesses. These problems don’t just make it tough to pull a profit; they can lead to a variety of IRS concerns, as discussed below: Issues with Estimated Taxes The IRS deals with irregular business income, in part, by arranging for quarterly […]