Resolving Employment Tax Issues For Businesses
For a variety of reasons, businesses fail to timely deposit payroll taxes. Often, it is due to difficult financial times that lead to a lack of funds. However, the IRS considers nonpayment of payroll taxes to be a serious problem. Often, aggressive collection activities result.
- Has your company or business failed either to file returns or deposit payroll taxes timely?
- Is the IRS threatening to shut your business down?
- Is your bank account being levied?
- Did the IRS issue tax liens against your business?
Contact the law offices of The Peck Group, LC, in Atlanta, Georgia. Our experience can be put to good use for you as we review the specifics of your situation and determine the best legal remedies for you as an individual and for your business. We represent businesses throughout the Southeast and across the nation in cases involving the IRS and federal taxes.
In many instances, penalties can be removed or reduced. In other instances, settlement or the establishment of an IRS payment plan may be your best options. Do not give up.
You Can Be Held Individually Liable For Payment Of Payroll Taxes
Remaining compliant with employment tax obligations is one of the most important issues for businesses of all sizes. Business owners can be held individually responsible for unpaid employment tax, penalties and interest. In some cases, the IRS seeks to name employees who are not business owners as “responsible persons” subject to the same liability.
An employment tax issue can threaten the solvency of your business and your individual assets. You must act quickly after you are named as a “responsible person” to avoid liability that could accrue in addition to your business liability.
Time Is Not On Your Side
No two employment tax cases are exactly alike, but one thing is for sure: Employment tax problems do not disappear on their own. Penalties for nonpayment of employment taxes are extremely severe. The more employment tax issues are ignored, the more limited your options become.
Call Us For A Free Half-Hour Consultation About Payroll Tax Problems
You do not have to face the IRS on your own. Call The Peck Group, LC, at 770-884-6914 or contact us online to arrange a free and confidential consultation about your employment tax problem. We represent businesses large and small throughout the United States in employment tax disputes.