The dreaded IRS audit is IRSâ€™s investigation into the income you reported (or did not report), expenses you deducted, credits you took, and other items related to one or more of your filed income tax returns.
This is your final opportunity to propose an alternative to IRSâ€™s decision to levy your account or file a tax lien against you.
Unlike wage garnishment, bank levy seizes on a one-time basis only the funds in the taxpayerâ€™s account at the time of the levy. We have 21 days to negotiate a release of the bank levy and reach an agreement with the IRS on paying your taxes due.
Employment taxes arise from the employerâ€™s payroll computation. From the wages of each employee, the employer is required to withhold Federal Income Taxes and Social Security and Medicare taxes. Nonpayment of employment taxes potentially subjects owners, officers, directors, and key employees to personal liability for these employer withholdings, which are called trust fund taxes.
The Internal Revenue Code provides that taxpayers may settle their federal tax debts for less than the full amount due under certain circumstances.
IRS allows taxpayers to pay their tax debt in monthly installments.
If you and IRS disagree on the tax you owe, IRS must file a notice of deficiency in Tax Court before it can collect. If no petition is filed in Tax Court, the tax IRS says you owe is generally deemed to be correct as a matter of law. We will file the petition and argue your case.
“One of the principles that guides me in both my personal and professional life comes from my parents. My father often said that ignoring a problem does not make it go away. My mother would add that ignoring a problem simply makes it worse. Procrastination strikes and sometimes seems to take up permanent residence in all of us. This is particularly true with our business affairs, especially our tax debts.”
—Charles A. Ray, Jr.
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