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Negotiate Payroll Taxes

IRS and State Business Tax Help

Falling behind on your payroll taxes can lead to many problems. The IRS is very strict with this matter, and will assess fines up to 25% of what you owe, and can seize your business’s accounts, equipment, and even close you down. Your payroll taxes known as a 941 payroll tax are due with your quarterly filings. It is very important to keep up with your payroll taxes. The IRS will issue a trust fund recovery penalty against you for not complying with them.

IRS Appeal

The IRS has given all taxpayers the right to appeal their decision including business owners. You will have 60 days from eh day of the notice to appeal. Unless there was a mistake, it is unlikely that the appeal will resolve your liability, but it will buy you time. It is advisable to have a professional who is knowledgeable with business tax matters assist you.

Negotiating and Resolving your Payroll Taxes

  1. File any missing tax returns; the IRS will not accept any settlements till you are up to date on your filings.
  2. Pay your current quarterly payroll tax deposits. The IRS will not work with you until this is done.
  3. Fill out and complete IRS Form 433-B Collection Information Statement for Business. The IRS requires this for any payment agreements. The form shows your business income, assets and expenses, and will allow the IRS to decide what you can afford to pay monthly. It is important that the form is filled out correctly, if you do not feel comfortable doing this yourself it is recommended that you have a professional assist you.
  4. Gather all the documents that back the statements you have made in the 433-B, the IRS will most likely want to see them to ensure your 433-B is accurate.
  5. After you prepare the 433-B and gather the required paperwork, you will need to submit a request in writing asking for a payment plan, with a specific amount you wish to pay. The amount you write must reflect what you have stated on your 433-B, if you write to little the IRS will deny your plan.
  6. The IRS will set deadlines for you to submit paperwork, and begin paying, make sure you comply with them, or you can end up having your business garnished or worse.

Hire a Business Tax Professional

Tax works with tax attorneys, CPA’s, Enrolled Agents, former IRS agents, and tax relief specialists who can assist you with resolving your back payroll taxes. A business tax professional will have experience dealing with the IRS; along with their procedures and deadlines. Payroll taxes are very serious and need to be handled carefully to protect both you and to keep your business running. A tax professional can help prepare you for your audit, and guide you through the process. To discuss your audit with a tax specialist, contact us online, or call us at 888-241-0002.
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