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As we’ve covered in the past few blogs, Payroll Tax Debt can become a nightmare for a taxpayer who gets behind. In addition to the potential late filing and late deposit penalties to a corporation, LLC, or partnership for unpaid taxes, there is also the potential for personal liability, know as t...
04/22/2020
As covered previously, Payroll Tax Debt issues are among the most complex and potentially the most damaging tax debt cases that we see in our Richardson, TX tax office. First, there are the potential penalties that can create a financial hole that’s almost impossible to dig out of. Then, there’s ...
04/15/2020
Payroll Tax Debt can become a nightmare for a taxpayer who gets behind. In addition to the potential penalties to a corporation, LLC, or partnership for unpaid taxes that we reviewed in our previous blog, there is also the potential for personal liability. Today, we will cover Payroll Taxes and p...
04/09/2020
When business owners come into our Richardson TX tax office with a payroll tax debt issue, it’s often more complex than a typical IRS 1040 tax debt problem.  Payroll Tax Debt not only may involve risk at the corporate or LLC level, but both owners and possibly other “responsible persons” can be h...
04/06/2020
In  the next few months, many small businesses will struggle to survive due to the economic impacct of COVID-19.  In order to survive in difficult times, business owners often have to make decisions on what they should and shouldn't pay, and often it comes down to making decisions that have no go...
04/03/2020
Over the next week or two, I hope to write several blogs about the CARES ACT. The Cares Act was passed by Congress and signed into law by the President on March 27th. It contains a number of initiatives, with the goal of providing financial relief, to both individual and business taxpayers, and c...
03/31/2020
Yesterday (March 25th, 2020) the IRS announced a People First Initiative, where the IRS announced that their priority would be helping taxpayers through uncertain times versus collection actions. These would include providing various payments relief and postponing taking compliance actions.  What...
03/26/2020
If you’ve been listening to the news, you may have heard that the federal government has extended the due dates related to certain filing and tax payment due requirements for the 2019 tax year. I wanted to take a few moments to communicate the specifics of those changes.  On the Federal side, las...
03/25/2020
When a Taxpayer owes income taxes to the federal government, the IRS does not immediately levy the taxpayer and take everything that they own. The IRS will typically send the taxpayer a number of notices. If the taxpayer doesn’t respond, the IRS may send a “Notice of Intent To Levy”. This notice ...
03/17/2020
The Notice of Federal Tax Lien (NFTL) is a very powerful tool of the IRS.  When taxpayers have tax debt, one of the most common reasons they come to our Richardson, TX tax office is due to a tax lien. I will often be asked if I can contact the IRS and have the lien removed. As a general rule, the...
03/01/2020
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