Tag Archives: tax debt

Why Does the IRS Care So Much About Payroll Taxes?

Payroll taxes are taxes paid on the wages and salaries of a business’s employees. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) applies harsh penalties to employers who attempt to shirk payroll tax obligations, from fines or outright business closure to a criminal investigation and prison time for tax evasion. Why does the IRS care so much about […]

4 Mistakes Small Business Owners Make When They Owe the IRS

If you’ve just found out your small business owes substantial taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), it’s time to start planning for how to handle your tax liability immediately. Failing to do so could lead to even greater penalties and interest as well as the IRS putting a lien on your assets, seizing cash […]

Tax Statutes Expire Saving Client $100,000!!

Our client hired us in 2016 for a State of NY tax issue. At the time he owed the State of New York for a closed business in the amount of $100,000 give or take, including penalty and interest! The original assessment was $49,000. The State of New York has a personal tax assessment process […]

5 Reasons to Solve Your IRS Issues in 2018

Putting off dealing with tax problems won’t make them go away, and it will probably make things worse. Possibly far worse. Most business owners don’t struggle with taxes because they set out to defraud the IRS. Some get involved in deals that go south and lead to massive cash flow problems. Others grow their companies […]