Delinquent IRS Payroll Tax
The IRS is coming after you for unpaid payroll taxes - what to do
Paying payroll taxes is a necessity for any employer, as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) looks closely at late or unpaid tax payments. Unfortunately, if you’re recently being contacted by the IRS about not having paid your payroll taxes on time, it can be a stressful and intimidating situation to handle. There are several helpful steps which can make the IRS experience more manageable; first, make sure to respond quickly to any communication from them. Second, determine exactly how much you owe by studying your business records and checking online tools. Lastly – and this is vital – seek professional advice from a CPA or Tax Attorney who is a Certified IRS Tax Resolution Specialist who can properly assist you with the best way forward. It’s far better to face this problem head-on than risk facing more serious consequences later down the line.
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The bottom line is that the IRS is going to come after you if you don’t pay your payroll taxes. But there are ways to negotiate with them. And hopefully, by following these tips, you can avoid having any problems with payroll taxes in the future. If you find yourself in a situation where you can’t pay your delinquent taxes, call Attorney Jeffrey B. Irby at 256-882-2222 or 1-877-LAW-IRBY for a free telephone consultation. He can help you figure out what options are available to you and get the best possible outcome for your case. To schedule a telephone appointment immediately go to the online schedular link at www.IRS.Solutions.